Waikato Property Guide - - Rural -

Te Atatu Farm, a 145 hectare dairy farm, is of­fered to the mar­ket by the re­tir­ing ven­dors. The farm has an av­er­age pro­duc­tion over the past three years of 93,009kg/ms from 308 cows based on a low in­put sys­tem. Calves are reared on the farm, heifers are grazed off and be­tween five and seven horses are also grazed on the prop­erty. Farm in­fras­truc­ture in­cludes a tidy 20 ASHB dairy plus good farm shed­ding. The farms con­tour is ap­prox­i­mately 20 hectares flat, 20 hectares steeper and the bal­ance easy rolling. The farm is ar­ranged into 66 pad­docks and is well raced and fenced. This prop­erty has been well main­tained, it has a good fer­tiliser his­tory plus a good wa­ter sup­ply. Nor­mally 300 bales of grass silage are grown on the farm with some maize and PKE bought in as re­quired. Te Atatu Farm is com­pli­mented by two com­fort­able homes, one four bed­room and one three bed­room. With this area be­ing re­garded as an af­ford­able Waikato lo­ca­tion plus with this farms scale and in­fras­truc­ture and the ven­dors re­tir­ing from the mar­ket, this prop­erty of­fers a great op­por­tu­nity to the new owner.

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