“Our aim has been to invest in irrigation infrastructure, manage water and soils and put aside land of environmental value to improve it, as well as deliver returns to our investors” explains Kilter Rural’s Michael Neville. “Our key metric is return per megalitre to measure performance of crops, because water is our most expensive input”, Micheal says.
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