Fat­ten cat­tle, grow mel­ons

Warwick Daily News - South West Queensland Rural Weekly - - Property -

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.

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