Num­bers speak for them­selves

Central and North Rural Weekly - - NEWS -

THIS highly pro­duc­tive avo­cado farm – to­talling about 92.29ha (228 acres) with 8038 pro­duc­tive trees from 11,230 potable sites in­di­vid­u­ally ir­ri­gated on 90 acres at 312 trees/ha – is sup­ported by pro­duc­tion fa­cil­i­ties which are sec­ond to none.

This is prime farm­ing at its best.

It is lo­cated in the tightly held Scotchy Pocket farm­ing dis­trict, 30 min­utes drive north of Gympie, Queens­land and 2.5 hours from Brisbane.

It has fer­tile vol­canic red soils with 305 me­gal­itres of wa­ter, in­clud­ing a 200-me­gal­itre wa­ter li­cence from the Mary River and 105 me­gal­itres from four dams, sup­port­ing the avo­cado plan­ta­tion.

The bal­ance of pas­tures is im­proved with rhodes, kikuyu and green panic car­ry­ing 40 head of ag­ist­ment cat­tle.

With es­tab­lished mar­kets in Queens­land, and re­cently branded for the Mel­bourne mar­kets, this farm has been taken to the next level in se­cur­ing fu­ture mar­ket dom­i­nance.

The out­stand­ing avo­cado en­ter­prise has been fully de­vel­oped for profit and pro­vides an op­por­tu­nity like no other.

Quite sim­ply the num­bers speak for them­selves.

An ex­ten­sive in­ven­tory of im­mac­u­lately main­tained ma­chin­ery and equip­ment is in­cluded in the sale on a WIWO ba­sis.

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