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    Business News – Growing quality seafood in its natural ‘abitat’

  • 8 May 2017

    Business News article talking to Brad Adams about Ocean Grown Abalone

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  • AFR – Ocean Grown Abalone heads to China to ASX on clean and green China demand

  • 11 Dec 2016

    Ocean Grown Abalone heads to China to ASX on clean and green China demand

    Ocean Grown Abalone is preparing for a $15 million initial public offering in 2017 after completing a $6 million seed capital funding round as it strives to double the size of its operations off the coast of Western Australia and capitalise on strong demand from China and Japan for the seafood delicacy.

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  • AFR – Meet the West’s New Ranchers

  • 5th May 2017

    Australian Financial Review - Meet the West's new Ranchers, by Jemima Whyte

    Abalone isn't usually a seasonal harvest, but on the docks of Western Australia's Augusta, the sea-ranchers have started hauling in the molluscs.

    Read more: http://www.afr.com/business/agriculture/meet-the-wests-new-ranchers-20170426-gvslil#ixzz4n5MOAKQg
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  • The West Australian – Augusta abalone firm aims to float for $10m

  • Thursday 2nd March 2017

    Augusta abalone firm aims to float for $10m

    Ocean Grown Abalone director Brad Adams is planning a $10 million float of the fisheries company in August to take the business interstate.

    Mr Adams said Augusta-based OGA, which uses artificial reefs to grow wild abalone, would use the funds to expand its operations to Esperance and Port Lincoln in South Australia.

    The company hopes to be producing around 500 tonnes, worth about $50,000 a tonne at today’s values, within a decade.

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  • The Australian: Ocean Grown Abalone’s Brad Adams is revolutionising abalone

  • 10 October 2015

    Ocean Grown Abalone's Brad Adams is revolutionising abalone

    Second-generation abalone diver Brad Adams is the very image of a man who spends his life on and under the water. Tall and weather-beaten, he could pass for just another diver or fisherman on Augusta’s boat harbour.

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