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Fodder King's Current Prospectus Is Closing Soon

Fodder King

 

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Fodder King's current prospectus is closing soon

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We invite you to learn more about our eco-friendly enterprise by asking for a prospectus and then we hope you will join the other 1,350 investors in our company to help expand our operations.

Help keep the lid on food inflation
A massive increase in fodder production would help keep the lid on food inflation which The World Bank estimates has gone up an average 83% in the last three years. With the cost of staples such as rice, corn, wheat and soybeans skyrocketing, social unrest and stress have been experienced this year in countries across the globe including: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Cameroon, Egypt, Ethiopia, Ivory Coast, Pakistan, Senegal, Pakistan and Thailand.

On the supply side, food prices are being driven by increasing costs for virtually every link in the food chain, such as: fertiliser, seed, machinery, fuel, transport, packaging and now labour. Other factors constraining supply include: shrinking agricultural land and water resources, drought in Australia and Russia and pestilence in places such as Vietnam, the development of bio-fuels, and the advent of climate change.

On the demand side, factors driving food inflation include: population growth, growing disposable incomes and increasing appetites in developing countries, and criminal activity or hoarding of food stocks in some developing countries. Increasing numbers of people, with rising incomes, in developing countries are demanding more nutritious food – with higher levels of protein and energy - which means more milk, eggs, meat or fish are required.

Food security and supply can be improved
To meet increasing demand for more nutritious food, more supplementary feed is needed for animals and fish. This in turn will increase demand for quality fodder.

We at Fodder King have devised a unique way to mass-produce consistent quality fodder, which enables us to harvest almost around the clock instead of being restricted, as is traditional, to a couple of hours per day when atmospheric moisture conditions are just right. We can now grow and harvest irrigated lucerne hay on a broad-acre scale previously considered impractical. This is a breakthrough from the cottage industry scale at which fodder is still produced, with erratic quality, in Australia and overseas. This means we will be able to mass-produce and distribute quality fodder to meet increased demand from domestic and export markets. Our plan is to develop a service and quality oriented fodder industry based on mass-production and distribution.

Fodder could be on the menu
If you are looking for investment diversity, then maybe fodder should be on the menu. Fodder feeds into a diverse range of enterprises across the economy and historically agribusiness has had a low correlation to financial market volatility – which is a plus at present.

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Your investment could help make a difference
You can obtain our current prospectus as follows:
Phone 02 9558 4988 fax 02 9558 2733
email: fodder@fodderking.com.au
home page:
http://www.fodderking.com.au
prospectus request form: http://www.fodderking.com.au/investform.html

 

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