Dairy built on clay flats

Warwick Daily News - South West Queensland Rural Weekly - - Property -

LO­CATED about 10km south­east of Pittsworth is this at­trac­tive ru­ral op­por­tu­nity.

Con­sist­ing of 662.19 hectares, the prop­erty is a su­perb ex­am­ple of fine un­du­lat­ing in­ner Dar­ling Downs basalt coun­try with qual­ity black to brown clay soil flats and slopes into ap­ple tree gul­lies and shaded coolabah and iron­bark ridges.

The cur­rent own­ers are presently farm­ing 329.4 hectares.

The ma­jor­ity is cur­rently fal­low, ready for plant­ing.

The added bonus with the Brox­burn ag­gre­ga­tion is that the prop­erty is di­vided into 10 sep­a­rate sur­veyed lots, with nine of the lots hav­ing all-weather ac­cess.

Im­prove­ments in­clude three res­i­dences all on sep­a­rate lots. The main res­i­dence is a spa­cious four bed­room brick ve­neer home with two bath­rooms and two liv­ing ar­eas.

The prop­erty is cur­rently op­er­ated as a dairy and boasts an im­pres­sive 24a-side her­ring­bone dairy plus a huge 150’ x 56’ steel frame calf rear­ing shed.

In ad­di­tion, there is ex­ten­sive shed­ding and 500 tonnes of grain stor­age.

The prop­erty has ground wa­ter of 60 me­gal­itres and two equipped ir­ri­ga­tion bores.

There are three stock bores equipped with sub­mersible pump and four bores equipped with wind­mills and a well, equipped with a jet pump and Yan­mar diesel mo­tor.

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