Insurance group AMP Life has said it has sold its cattle business Stanbroke Pastoral to a group of investors for more than A$490m (US$319m), including debt.
The successful bidder for Stanbroke was Nebo Holdings and Investments, a consortium of five farming families and Jack Cowin, founder of the Hungry Jacks fastfood chain in Australia.
Stanbroke is the largest beef producer in Australia, with a herd of around 500,000 head of cattle, reported Reuters.
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