Coast hits the spot for crops

Tasmanian Country - - THE STOCK REPORT -

BOISDALE on the North­West Coast en­joys a great po­si­tion with mag­nif­i­cent views to Bass Strait.

Boisdale is used for vegetable crop­ping, prime lambs and cat­tle.

Com­pris­ing four ti­tles, the farm in­cludes a four-be­d­room home, a cot­tage, a two-be­d­room unit, shear­ing shed, ma­chin­ery sheds and out­build­ings.

Two thirds of the land is vol­canic red basalt soils with the bal­ance grey loams.

Boisdale has in the past rown pota­toes, peas, beans and pop­pies. Ap­prox­i­mately 23ha is un­der pivot ir­ri­ga­tion with the bal­ance ir­ri­gated by hard hose. The farm has a 350ML take of high-surety wa­ter, 58ML of dam wa­ter and 1100ML of bore wa­ter.

Boisdale is in a closely held area and has been owned by the same fam­ily since 1969. Port Sorell is min­utes away. Ex­pres­sions of in­ter­est close on Novem­ber 28.

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