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Kilter Rural announces the appointment of two new board directors.

Melbourne 25th November 2020:  Kilter Rural is pleased to announce the appointment of two new non-executive directors, Jenny Morawska and Jacqueline Courtney, to the Kilter Investments Board. The new directors bring a wealth of experience across a diverse range of disciplines. With the appointment of Jacqui and Jenny the Board strengthens the gender balance and retains […]


by Kilter Rural • November 25, 2020
General Media

Sustainable agriculture, impact and Kilter Rural.

David Clark from Koda Capital spoke to Live Wire Markets about where Australians are investing in a changing market. He identifies four areas that investors should look to biotechnology and medical devices, sustainable agriculture, technology in China, and impact investing. Kilter Rural’s overarching philosophy is to unlock value in rural irrigation landscapes to deliver financial returns with positive environmental […]


by Kilter Rural • November 3, 2020
Investment Media Water Investment

Water market focus of webinar on July 14

The 2019-20 irrigation season has been one of extremes. From the intense scarcity and high water allocation prices in the first half of the season to bushfires, drought-breaking rains and then one of the wettest autumns on record, says Kilter Rural Chief Investment officer Euan Friday. “At the same time, progress in delivering the Murray-Darling Basin […]


by Kilter Rural • July 7, 2020
Investment Media Water Investment

Water market: what it is and how it operates in Australia

Water is a critical element of Australian agricultural production with recent droughts affecting both dryland farming production and the volume of water allocated to irrigated agriculture. It is a precious resource that is allocated across various needs, such as mining, agriculture, urban, industry and environmental. A significant contributor to Australia’s agricultural production is the irrigated […]


by Kilter Rural • June 8, 2020
Farmland Investment General Investment Media Water Investment

Investing with impact: podcast

Kilter Rural CEO Cullen Gunn is one of the most experienced voices in farmland and water management and ecosystem services. Cullen discusses the investment approach undertaken at Kilter Rural in an interview with the host of the podcast Inside the Rope David Clark. David is an adviser and partner at Koda Capital, with his interview […]


by Kilter Rural • May 29, 2020
Featured General Media

Regenerating land in northern Victoria

the largest grower of irrigated, broad-acre crops in Australia, we have been taking food production to new heights in northern Victoria, Australia.


by Kilter Rural • February 27, 2020
Farmland Investment Media

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
General Media

WinNews: Kilter Rural helping build local economy

The success of farming is increasingly hitched to water security with an industry leader pumping up the benefits of irrigation.  A fresh approach is making every drop go further, turning almost unworkable land into thriving fields.


by admin • May 5, 2018
General Media

Kilter Rural: Investment Farming Model returns dollars from dirt

“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”, […]


by admin • February 28, 2018
General Media

New water barons – foreign farmers swoop on our crops

Major American and Canadian investment funds and agricultural corporations are pouring money into buying prime irrigated land along the Murrumbidgee and Murray rivers, looking for irrigated land to plant with citrus and almonds. Near Robinvale in northern Victoria, investors looking for a farm to grow highly profitable table grapes recently paid $5.1m for a 570ha […]


by admin • January 9, 2018