Foreign investor rules questioned in Riverina agribusiness sale

Mike Foley
Updated November 14 2018 - 5:02pm, first published 4:30pm
Part of Temora-based BFB's 407,350 tonnes of grain storage capacity.
Part of Temora-based BFB's 407,350 tonnes of grain storage capacity.

A group of Riverina farmers is demanding answers from the federal government over the sale of BFB, a large diversified agribusiness in Temora, which is being sold by a US private equity investor to a Canadian pension fund.

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Mike Foley

Mike Foley

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