Prime grass coun­try

The Northern Star - Northern New South Wales Rural Weekly - - News -

THIS prop­erty has a to­tal area of 236 ha which is on seven free­hold ti­tles be­ing mostly flat open graz­ing coun­try.

The grasses are pas­palum, pan­gola, rhodes, na­tive blue, spear grass and the legumes are sir­a­tro, seca and fine stem stylo and win cas­sia.

There is a small per­cent­age of tim­bered coun­try with spot­ted gum trees.

This prop­erty has an abun­dance of wa­ter with nine nat­u­ral la­goons, one tested at 37’ deep, per­ma­nent creek and two swamps.

Wa­ter is pumped from the la­goon be­low the home to a tank which then grav­ity feeds the pad­dock troughs, stock­yard troughs as well as the house yard. The prop­erty is fenced into nine main pad­docks which is ideal for cell graz­ing, has tim­ber stock­yards with steel pan­els and vet crush with hold­ing yards for wean­ing.

This prop­erty is sit­u­ated about 55km from Mary­bor­ough, 87km Her­vey Bay and 32km to Biggen­den.

Carinya is a well-pre­sented prop­erty and would suit a cat­tle or horse stud. It sur­rounds the well-known Tee­bar Show and sports grounds where an an­nual cam­p­draft and rodeo is held.

The auc­tion is be­ing held on Satur­day, May 5, at 11am at the Tee­bar Hall, Tee­bar Queens­land.

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