Black soil and ir­ri­gation

The Western Star - - RURAL WEEKLY -

MOUN­TAIN View at Cam­booya will suit a wide range of farm­ers as the choice is end­less to grow ce­real crops, hay or small crops.

The renowned Dar­ling Downs black soil con­sis­tently pro­duces high yields with the back-up of ir­ri­gation when re­quired.

Of the 53.82ha, 50.99ha can be cul­ti­vated and ir­ri­gated.

There is an ir­ri­gation al­lo­ca­tion of 43 me­gal­itres from two bores.

Re­cently a large Color­bond (18m x 15m) pro­cess­ing, pack­ing or ma­chin­ery shed has been built.

The four-bed­room brick res­i­dence has re­cently been painted, new floor cov­er­ings added and a new kitchen in­stalled.

Moun­tain View has a very con­ve­nient lo­ca­tion, just five min­utes to Cam­booya or East Green­mount schools, and 20 min­utes to Toowoomba.

This is a well-pre­sented prop­erty main­tained to a high stan­dard.

It will be auc­tioned at Pittsworth Golf Club on Fri­day, De­cem­ber 7.

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