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ABC Radio: Australia’s first organic tomato crop

ABC Radio reporter Angus Verley interviewed Kilter Rural CEO Cullen Gunn about Kilter Rural’s success in growing Australia’s first organic tomato crop. The crop was grown near Lake Boga in north-west Victoria and processed at Australia’s biggest tomato-processing company, Kagome, in Echuca. The tomatoes were then packaged at Ardmona in the Shepparton region. From the […]


by admin • July 18, 2019
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ABC Radio Cotton crop

Michael Neville, Kilter Rural’s GM of Land & Ecosystems, talks to ABC Radio reporter Angus Verley about growing cotton.


by Kilter Rural • July 17, 2019
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ABC Radio: Australia’s first organic tomato crop

ABC Radio reporter Angus Verley interviewed Kilter Rural CEO Cullen Gunn about Kilter Rural’s success in growing Australia’s first organic tomato crop.


by Kilter Rural • July 8, 2019
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Agri Investor: Environment can benefit from ag investing

Online platform Agri Investor interviewed CEO Cullen Gunn following the launch of capital raising for the Australian Farmlands Fund and Kilter Water Fund.


by Kilter Rural • July 4, 2019
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Super funds finally get a taste for agriculture

The Australian, 29 Mar 2017: Local superannuation funds are waking up to the potential of Australia’s powerhouse agricultural sector following the flood of investment from overseas pension funds, sovereign wealth capital and foreign investors into farming over the past five years. VicSuper is one of the few funds openly committed to agriculture, after investing $180m […]


by admin • March 29, 2017
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Future Farming Landscapes in 1 minute

Here’s a quick overview in images of our Future Farming Landscapes investment, all in just 1 minute!


by Kilter Rural • March 27, 2017
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Investment and environment can be complimentary

According to Kilter Rural CEO, Cullen Gunn, there is a lack of policy around ecosystem markets. “Getting paid for producing improvements in ecological condition hasn’t happened yet” Gunn says. “There is a great deal of irrigation land which is underutilised or undercapitalised, and could be dealt with in a much more sustainable way.” Kilter Rural’s […]


by Kilter Rural • March 17, 2017
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Agricultural alchemy

Kilter Rural CEO Cullen Gunn talks to Australian rural reporter Sue Neales about progress on the farmland since acquiring on behalf of VicSuper over 10 years ago.


by Kilter Rural • January 5, 2017
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Australian food companies feed investor returns

Buttressed by demand from the emerging economies to the nation’s north, Australia’s $50 billion agribusiness sector is burgeoning.


by Kilter Rural • May 19, 2015