Strathmore a winner in the Wheatbelt
Strathmore is set high on the landscape with good undulation and well-drained terrain.
Situated 10km north-west of Corrigin, the property represents an opportunity to secure an outstanding property in a tightly held area.
The soil types are defined by the original vegetation of white gum, York gum, tea tree, sheoak and Christmas tree, revealing a combination of easy-working sandy loams, gravel loams and clay loam with a small area of deep sand containing a good supply of underground water.
Although the current enterprise has been total cropping with rotations of wheat, canola, barley and lupins since 2007, the property infrastructure is well suited to Merino sheep and fat lamb production.
The principles of professional agronomics are displayed throughout which is obvious in its presentation.
The infrastructure includes a subdivision of 25 paddocks fenced with well maintained and recently erected six and seven-line sheep netting on steel posts.
A modern machinery shed 1822h a (4502 acres)
For sale by offers to purchase Landmark Harcourts Ralph Bolton 0427 904 023 including workshop 27m x 18m with high clearance, elevated grain storage silos 14,050Bu and a four-stand shearing shed including overhead plant, 18m by 16m.
Undercover Wake & Beacham sheep yards and a Murray sheep handling race assist sheep farmers.
Water is from eight water tanks totalling 316,000 litres, four 4500-litre tank troughs plus eight troughs as well as 13 dams, two bores and three soaks.
The arable cropping area is about 1775ha.
Strathmore has been farmed by third-generation farmers in the Corrigin district with ownership of this particular property since 1969.
The property is for sale by offers to purchase.