THE PRIME ASSET
FROM SUGARCANE TO ENERGY
ONE OF FLORIDA’S LARGEST
An American Agribusiness... Built for Today's World
Balanced horticultural methods and farming proficiency have led to a 28% productivity gain in citrus boxes over the last two harvest seasons and lower average production costs than world-leader Brazil.
Alico owns and manages approximately 130,400 acres devoted to citrus, sugarcane, cattle, farming, mining, oil exploration and conservation.
With over 11,500 protected acres under contract, and efforts to continue practicing responsible resource management and conservation, Alico creates results, profitability and shareholder return without sacrificing its tradition of land/resource stewardship.
A hands-on look at our property holdings in five Florida counties. The interactive maps provide information on uses of each parcel and assessed property values via links to Property Appraisers.
Stock price nearly doubled in LTM (May 2012 to May 2013)
Debt to equity ratio of .28 and full availability under LOC at March 31, 2013
Strong growth in Operating Income and EPS since FY 2010
Generated over $40 million in gross proceeds from land sales and easements(a) over previous 18 months
(a) Includes impact of $21 million conservation easement announced in September 2012 and expected to close in FY2013
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