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The two properties are located in Taranaki and Canterbury and deliver geographic spread benefits to the syndicate.
The growing 'breeders' facility central to the Ōhanga Properties LP investment is a critical part of Tegel’s supply chain. The young chickens arrive at one day old and are grown in large open indoor pens through to 20 weeks of age. The young chickens are then transferred to a breeding facility to lay the eggs that produce chickens for meat consumption.