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Catalogue: GRDC Media
The benefits of separating land assets from the operating farm business are outlined in a new Business Management Fact Sheet produced by the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC)... The Fact Sheet points out that while grain-growing businesses are a combination of two key components - the operating business and the real estate (farm land) business - treating these two components separately provides effective and flexible operations for succession and retirement, investment and expansion pathways... The Fact Sheet provides information on measuring asset performance and details the benefits associated with asset separation, relating to succession and retirement, expansion of farm scale, asset protection, leveraging and third party investors...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
The benefits from separating the real estate (farm land) from the operating business relate to alternative options for farm scale expansion, succession and retirement... , land owners should apply rent to the land to get an ROC. Rent paid by an operating business to the real estate business can account for any opportunity capital cost... While land values have tended to increase steadily at an average of four to five per cent over the long term, operating profits from cropping farms have become more volatile underlying the need for the operating business to leverage the land as security...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
The benefits from separating the real estate (farm land) from the operating business relate to alternative options for farm scale expansion, succession and retirement... , land owners should apply rent to the land to get an ROC. Rent paid by an operating business to the real estate business can account for any opportunity capital cost... While land values have tended to increase steadily at an average of four to five per cent over the long term, operating profits from cropping farms have become more volatile underlying the need for the operating business to leverage the land as security...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
The benefits from separating the real estate (farm land) from the operating business relate to alternative options for farm scale expansion, succession and retirement... , land owners should apply rent to the land to get an ROC. Rent paid by an operating business to the real estate business can account for any opportunity capital cost... While land values have tended to increase steadily at an average of four to five per cent over the long term, operating profits from cropping farms have become more volatile underlying the need for the operating business to leverage the land as security...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
The benefits of separating land assets from the operating farm business are outlined in a new Business Management Fact Sheet produced by the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC)... The Fact Sheet points out that while grain-growing businesses are a combination of two key components - the operating business and the real estate (farm land) business - treating these two components separately provides effective and flexible operations for succession and retirement, investment and expansion pathways... The Fact Sheet provides information on measuring asset performance and details the benefits associated with asset separation, relating to succession and retirement, expansion of farm scale, asset protection, leveraging and third party investors...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
The paper firstly reviews how land values have increased over the last 20 years and the rate at which they have increased... At any one location, the difference between a good quality soil and a poor quality soil could, through its effect on yield, cut $WUE in half (from say $160/ha/100mm to $80/ha/100mm), and this difference translates to a reduction in land value of $1,280/ha ($16/ha for each unit loss in $WUE, table 1)... The combination of yield increase (600kg/ha over 20 years) and price increase ($76/t) has typically added $80/ha/100mm to $WUE. Given that each unit gain in $WUE adds $16/ha to land price (table 1), the $80 gain in $WUE contributes to a $1,280 gain ($80/ha/100mm by 16) in land price...
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