Packhorse investments will remain Australian owned
Stephen Byron MD – Capital Property Corporation, April 2021
Packhorse is excited to be presenting the investment community with the most compelling impact investment opportunity, to profitably support mother nature and help restore our soils for the benefit and wellbeing of future generations.
Key Investment Features
Pastoral Land supporting beef production
- IRR Targets 8-10% pa*
- Conservative gearing, fixed interest payment
- Secure income through non correlated returns
Market & Opportunity
The soft economy presents the perfect environment for non-correlated, risk adjusted capital preservation investments.
Low growth low yield environment
Similar outlook for the next 20 years
Beef industry drivers
Australia’s per capita beef consumption continues to be one of the largest in the world at approximately 25kg in 2019, compared with a global average of 14.6kg. In 2019, Australia was the second largest beef exporter, after Brazil.
It has been extensively documented that demand for protein is likely to increase significantly as incomes throughout the world increase. This is likely to increase demand for beef from many developing countries and further improve Australia’s export prospects.
Source, Meat & Livestock Australia State of the Industry Report 2020
Australian red meat industry facts
- $28.5 Billion in sales (2018-19)
- $17.2 Billion in export receipts (2018-19)
- $11.3 Billion in domestic sales (2018-19)
- 80,000 businesses operating across the supply chain
- 2.2 Million live head exported
- 3 million tonnes of red meat produced in 2019
- 405,000 people employed.
Source, MLA RedMeat 2030
Packhorse Investment Strategy
Investments we will NOT make