‘Marglen’ grazing with irrigation
NEW listing 145.8892ha (360.492 acres) of flat to gentle undulating open country with black, reddish and sandy loam soils (most of the property could be cultivated), 11 ha (27.18 acres) Irrigation licence from Reids Creek, irrigation bore was 9000gph currently has a submersible for stock water, underground mains from bore to front of property, creek and waterholes in gullies.
There are 80 acres currently planted of Leucaena and a further 80 acres prepared for planting. Grasses are Buffel, Blue, Pangola, Green Panic, Bambatsi Panic and Uricolwa. Fenced into eight paddocks including smaller ones with laneways to timber stockyards with vet crush and scales.
Extensive shedding all with single and three phase power, numerous rainwater tanks, stables and round yards. Carries 100 steers / bullocks without use of irrigation.
This property would make an ideal fattening block and could utilise the irrigation area for hay making or strip grazing. Located about 16km from Gayndah.