Fatten cattle, grow melons
BRADY’S is predominately sandy loam soils originally timbered with brigalow, box, wilga and gum.
Approximately 60.7ha has recently been blade ploughed and sown to reclaimer rhodes grass and silk sorghum.
The balance has been established with buffel, green panic and natural grasses.
PMAV is in place, being mostly all white except creek areas.
Water is not an issue, with approximately 6km of unbroken frontage onto two permanent tree-lined creeks (Rocky Creek to the west and Charley’s Creek to the east) and numerous lagoons.
The property sits above the Charley’s Creek weir, ensuring a permanent water supply.
A 96-megalitre water allocation is included with the property.
The property is subdivided into six paddocks with fences in mostly good condition.
Improvements include a set of sturdy timber yards including branding cradle, race, loading ramp and holding yard, older two-bay timber shed enclosed on three sides and the original stockman’s hut.
Brady’s would make a great little cattle fattening
enterprise or for the melon grower wanting to take advantage of the irrigation water allocation.