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Emerging economies are driving global demand for protein, with forecasted growth of 50% by 2030. Australian Food and Farmings Key Advantage Lamb Fund was created to meet this demand. The investment offers shelter from property and stock market volatility, whilst providing the potential for high yields and capital growth.

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Dorpers are both hardy and tasty, known for both their suitability to harsh Australian conditions as well as their delicious flavor, known as the Waygu of lamb

A growing middle class means global protein supply is forecast to increase by 50% by 2030.

Dorper lambs only take 6 months to reach maturity and can grow by up to 250 grams per day

Dorper Flock size can double every 12 months and 70% of births result in twins

The AFF bloodline is best in class. Top end Dorper genetics ensure efficient weight gain, meat quality, disease resistance and high fertility.

While many other established and well known brands exist for other proteins in Australia, AFF plans to use their fund to create and establish the first truly recognisable Lamb Brand in Australia and beyond.

AFFs Key Advantage Land Fund has the benefit of scale, a consistent yield of land and numerous assets that will generate multiple streams of income for investors. They are looking to invest in land management and best practice farming methods and technology and employ regenerative farming techniques to convert low value assets into high value, upgraded farms.

By consolidating inexpensive farm land and consolidating AFF will continue to increase the yield of their asset holdings, through asset and land management.

The Key Advantage Lamb Fund looks to employ regenerative best practice scalable farming techniques to not only increase land value but create a protein commodity not impacted by macroeconomic factors.

AFF have the scale and capital to establish a purely Australian lamb brand both at home and abroad, filling a clear gap in the market. Thanks to their network, they have a paddock to plate distribution strategy which looks to maximize ROI on each asset.

A combination of an Investment team with a long history in commodity investments, coupled with a farm investment team using best in class farming techniques as well as top end Dorper Lamb genetics puts AFF in an enviable position.

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As a specialist farming enterprise, AFF have an established record of performance in protein production. Our teams capabilities extend into exporting and marketing of Australian product to global consumers.

The Management Team dedicated to Australian Food & Farming collectively have almost 100 years of farm management experience. They are management light and the management of AFF does not bear any costs to the fund. The Management Team has advised on and participated in multiple corporate transactions across the beef, sheep, rural property, dairy and grain sectors in Australia over the last 30 years.

With a large range of networks in the agriculture industry, Keith brings over 40+ years of experience, innovative ideas connections as well as a range of intellectual resources to AFF. Initially working to establish land for a mixed farming enterprise with a focus on wool and cropping, he has since developed and managed property, with a focus on sustainability and production diversity.  He was also one of the pioneers in the Dorper sheep meat market and built one of Australias leading Dorper studs.Keith has experience in dry landagriculture and also has experience in rehabilitating saline land in addition to sheep production in both the wool and meat markets domestically and overseas.

David brings over 16 years of Investment Management and commercial experience to the Company.  He assists in project due diligence, transaction structuring and financial management. As a fluent speaker of Mandarin and Indonesian, David has established strong business links across the Asian region, covering export markets and large scale agricultural projects.

Working closely with institutional and direct investors, David has assisted many groups in gaining access to Australian investment opportunities.  Prior to forming Australian Food & Farming, David gained extensive experience within top tier global institutional investment managers, working on listed equity transactions.

Tom Luckock is a partner with an international law firm in its Chief Representative in Beijing and is also the Vice Chair of the Australian China Chamber of Commerce in Beijing.

Tom has been based in Beijing for seventeen years and speaks and reads Chinese.  Tom has assisted companies on more than USD20B of acquisitions in more than 40 countries, primarily in the energy and agricultural sectors.  Tom oversees AFFs business management, corporate governance and stakeholder relations.  Tom grew up on properties in Victoria and jackerood on properties in Victoria, Zimbabwe and Queensland.

Greg Ingram is our General Manager for NSW and is employed on a part time basis. He has an engineering degree, but has always been drawn to the land, and as soon as he could, he moved back to farming, where he has been for the last 10 years.

Greg has 30+ years of agricultural experience.  In particular he has experience in the Riverina, NSW and with irrigation having developed a property with around 3000 acres of irrigation.

Greg was previously general manager at Woperana Station, where he developed more than 2000 acres of irrigation and irrigation infrastructure it was this infrastructure that transformed Woperana from an AU$5,000,000 property in 2015 to a property currently on the market for AU$19,000,000.

With a large range of networks in the agriculture industry, Keith brings over 40+ years of experience, innovative ideas connections as well as a range of intellectual resources to AFF. Initially working to establish land for a mixed farming enterprise with a focus on wool and cropping, he has since developed and managed property, with a focus on sustainability and production diversity.  He was also one of the pioneers in the Dorper sheep meat market and built one of Australias leading Dorper studs.Keith has experience in dry landagriculture and also has experience in rehabilitating saline land in addition to sheep production in both the wool and meat markets domestically and overseas.

David brings over 16 years of Investment Management and commercial experience to the Company.  He assists in project due diligence, transaction structuring and financial management. As a fluent speaker of Mandarin and Indonesian, David has established strong business links across the Asian region, covering export markets and large scale agricultural projects.

Working closely with institutional and direct investors, David has assisted many groups in gaining access to Australian investment opportunities.  Prior to forming Australian Food & Farming, David gained extensive experience within top tier global institutional investment managers, working on listed equity transactions.

Tom Luckock is a partner with an international law firm in its Chief Representative in Beijing and is also the Vice Chair of the Australian China Chamber of Commerce in Beijing.

Tom has been based in Beijing for seventeen years and speaks and reads Chinese.  Tom has assisted companies on more than USD20B of acquisitions in more than 40 countries, primarily in the energy and agricultural sectors.  Tom oversees AFFs business management, corporate governance and stakeholder relations.  Tom grew up on properties in Victoria and jackerood on properties in Victoria, Zimbabwe and Queensland.

Greg Ingram is our General Manager for NSW and is employed on a part time basis. He has an engineering degree, but has always been drawn to the land, and as soon as he could, he moved back to farming, where he has been for the last 10 years.

Greg has 30+ years of agricultural experience.  In particular he has experience in the Riverina, NSW and with irrigation having developed a property with around 3000 acres of irrigation.

Greg was previously general manager at Woperana Station, where he developed more than 2000 acres of irrigation and irrigation infrastructure it was this infrastructure that transformed Woperana from an AU$5,000,000 property in 2015 to a property currently on the market for AU$19,000,000.

Agriculture has long been ingrained within Australias export history but changes within the industry have seen shifts away from sheep meat, despite rising demand which saw a new Australian price record for lamb last month, when a mob of 85 lambs achieved $345 per head in Southern NSW. This pricing is a reflection of deep supply constraints

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*708 Sophisticated (Wholesale) Investors are individuals or entities who generally qualify under Section 708(8) based on the gross income and/or net assets test.

A gross income of $250,000 or more per annum in each of the previous two financial years; or

Net assets of at least $2.5 million; and

A verified Qualified Accountants certificate given no more than two (2) years ago confirming the Sophisticated Investor status

Units in AFF Key Advantage Lamb Fund are issued by Falcon Capital Limited (ACN 119 209 554) (the Issuer) and arranged by First Guardian Capital Pty Ltd (ACN 073 622 741, AFSL 302538)(the Arranger). Investments in the AFF Key Advantage Lamb Fund can only be made by completing an Application Form attached to the Information Memorandum (IM) dated 31 December 2018. A copy of the IM and any other information can be obtained by contacting Oz Financial Australia on (03) 8080 5795 or contacting your financial adviser. You should consider the IM and the full product risk disclosures before deciding whether to invest in Units in AFF Key Advantage Lamb Fund.

The shares offered by the IM should be considered highly speculative. An investment in the fund is notrisk freeand potential investors need to consider the risk factors described in the IM and to consult their professional advisers before deciding whether to apply for units

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