AFF Key Advantage Lamb Fund

Emerging economies are driving global demand for protein, with forecasted growth of 50% by 2030. Australian Food and Farming’s Key Advantage Lamb Fund was created to meet this demand. The investment offers shelter from property and the stock market volatility, whilst providing the potential for high yields and capital growth. The fund is looking to become Australia’s largest and lowest cost lamb producer, and establish the world’s first recognizable lamb brand.

PRESENTATION

Short Investor Briefing:

AFF Director David Anderson outlines the investment opportunity

LAMB FUND STRATEGY

Australian Food & Farming’s strategy as an Australian sheep meat producer is to acquire, develop, own and operate agricultural assets across productive regions of Australia. Their Key Advantage Lamb Fund has the benefit of scale, a consistent yield of land and numerous assets that will generate multiple streams of income for investors in the fund.

  • Land Holding

    By consolidating inexpensive farm land and consolidating AFF will continue to increase the yield of their asset holdings, through asset and land management.

    Marketing

    AFF have the scale and capital to establish a purely Australian lamb brand both at home and abroad, filling a clear gap in the market. Thanks to their network, they have a paddock to plate distribution strategy which looks to maximize ROI on each asset.

    Farming

    The Key Advantage Lamb Fund looks to employ regenerative best practice scalable farming techniques to not only increase land value but create a protein commodity not impacted by macroeconomic factors.

    Team

    A combination of an Investment team with a long history in commodity investments, coupled with a farm investment team using best in class farming techniques as well as top end Dorper Lamb genetics puts AFF in an enviable position.

  • Land Holding

    By consolidating inexpensive farm land and consolidating AFF will continue to increase the yield of their asset holdings, through asset and land management.

    Marketing

    AFF have the scale and capital to establish a purely Australian lamb brand both at home and abroad, filling a clear gap in the market. Thanks to their network, they have a paddock to plate distribution strategy which looks to maximize ROI on each asset.

    Farming

    The Key Advantage Lamb Fund looks to employ regenerative best practice scalable farming techniques to not only increase land value but create a protein commodity not impacted by macroeconomic factors.

    Team

    A combination of an Investment team with a long history in commodity investments, coupled with a farm investment team using best in class farming techniques as well as top end Dorper Lamb genetics puts AFF in an enviable position.

CREATING A BRAND

While many other established and well known brands exist for other proteins in Australia, AFF plans to use their fund to create and establish the first truly recognisable Lamb Brand in Australia and beyond.

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WANT TO GET INVOLVED?

Unlocking Australia’s key advantage in agriculture

1

Download investment memorandum

2

Review information, speak to our advisors and attend an investor briefing

3

Complete and fund investment

4

Stay updated with quarterly farm and investment team updates

AFF TEAM

As a specialist farming enterprise, AFF have an established record of performance in protein production. Our team’s capabilities extend into exporting and marketing of Australian product to global consumers.

The Management Team dedicated to Australian Food & Farming collectively have almost 100 years of farm management experience. They are management light and the management of AFF does not bear any costs to the fund. The Management Team has advised on and participated in multiple corporate transactions across the beef, sheep, rural property, dairy and grain sectors in Australia over the last 30 years.

Keith Wilson

Group General Manager

With a large range of networks in the agriculture industry, Keith brings over 40+ years of experience, innovative ideas connections as well as a range of intellectual resources to AFF. Initially working to establish land for a mixed farming enterprise with a focus on wool and cropping, he has since developed and managed property, with a focus on sustainability and production diversity.  He was also one of the pioneers in the Dorper sheep meat market and built one of Australia’s leading Dorper studs. Keith has experience in dry land agriculture and also has experience in rehabilitating saline land in addition to sheep production in both the wool and meat markets domestically and overseas. 

David Anderson

Director

David brings over 16 years of Investment Management and commercial experience to the Company.  He assists in project due diligence, transaction structuring and financial management. As a fluent speaker of Mandarin and Indonesian, David has established strong business links across the Asian region, covering export markets and large scale agricultural projects.

Working closely with institutional and direct investors, David has assisted many groups in gaining access to Australian investment opportunities.  Prior to forming Australian Food & Farming, David gained extensive experience within top tier global institutional investment managers, working on listed equity transactions.

Tom Luckock

Executive Chairman

Tom Luckock is a partner with an international law firm in its Chief Representative in Beijing and is also the Vice Chair of the Australian China Chamber of Commerce in Beijing.

Tom has been based in Beijing for seventeen years and speaks and reads Chinese.  Tom has assisted companies on more than USD20B of acquisitions in more than 40 countries, primarily in the energy and agricultural sectors.  Tom oversees AFF’s business management, corporate governance and stakeholder relations.  Tom grew up on properties in Victoria and jackerood on properties in Victoria, Zimbabwe and Queensland.

Greg Ingram

Farm Manager

Greg Ingram is our General Manager for NSW and is employed on a part time basis. He has an engineering degree, but has always been drawn to the land, and as soon as he could, he moved back to farming, where he has been for the last 10 years.

Greg has 30+ years of agricultural experience.  In particular he has experience in the Riverina, NSW and with irrigation having developed a property with around 3000 acres of irrigation.

Greg was previously general manager at Woperana Station, where he developed more than 2000 acres of irrigation and irrigation infrastructure – it was this infrastructure that transformed Woperana from an AU$5,000,000 property in 2015 to a property currently on the market for AU$19,000,000.

Keith Wilson

Group General Manager

With a large range of networks in the agriculture industry, Keith brings over 40+ years of experience, innovative ideas connections as well as a range of intellectual resources to AFF. Initially working to establish land for a mixed farming enterprise with a focus on wool and cropping, he has since developed and managed property, with a focus on sustainability and production diversity.  He was also one of the pioneers in the Dorper sheep meat market and built one of Australia’s leading Dorper studs. Keith has experience in dry land agriculture and also has experience in rehabilitating saline land in addition to sheep production in both the wool and meat markets domestically and overseas. 

David Anderson

Director

David brings over 16 years of Investment Management and commercial experience to the Company.  He assists in project due diligence, transaction structuring and financial management. As a fluent speaker of Mandarin and Indonesian, David has established strong business links across the Asian region, covering export markets and large scale agricultural projects.

Working closely with institutional and direct investors, David has assisted many groups in gaining access to Australian investment opportunities.  Prior to forming Australian Food & Farming, David gained extensive experience within top tier global institutional investment managers, working on listed equity transactions.

Tom Luckock

Executive Chairman

Tom Luckock is a partner with an international law firm in its Chief Representative in Beijing and is also the Vice Chair of the Australian China Chamber of Commerce in Beijing.

Tom has been based in Beijing for seventeen years and speaks and reads Chinese.  Tom has assisted companies on more than USD20B of acquisitions in more than 40 countries, primarily in the energy and agricultural sectors.  Tom oversees AFF’s business management, corporate governance and stakeholder relations.  Tom grew up on properties in Victoria and jackerood on properties in Victoria, Zimbabwe and Queensland.

Greg Ingram

Farm Manager

Greg Ingram is our General Manager for NSW and is employed on a part time basis. He has an engineering degree, but has always been drawn to the land, and as soon as he could, he moved back to farming, where he has been for the last 10 years.

Greg has 30+ years of agricultural experience.  In particular he has experience in the Riverina, NSW and with irrigation having developed a property with around 3000 acres of irrigation.

Greg was previously general manager at Woperana Station, where he developed more than 2000 acres of irrigation and irrigation infrastructure – it was this infrastructure that transformed Woperana from an AU$5,000,000 property in 2015 to a property currently on the market for AU$19,000,000.

Live Investor Briefing

Please join Australian Food & Farming Managing Director David Anderson for a special Investor Update and Farm Update.

During the session, David will discuss:

  • The company’s vision to become the lowest-cost producer of sheep meat for end consumers while maintaining a reliable secondary income stream from the sale of grain.
  • A detailed Farm Update for the December 2019 – January 2020 period.
  • What is regenerative farming and how it differs to traditional forms.

This session will be live and include a Q&A, and only requires an internet connection. Spots are limited, so secure yours today.

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