* An outstanding out paddock for beef breeding and fattening purposes with 80 years of family ownership.
* Centrally situated with dual road frontages incl. Princes Hwy - 29km Heywood, 60km Mt Gambier, 70km Hamilton & 57km Casterton.
* Excellent subdivision of 6 main paddocks. Ideally watered for absentee purposes with 6 spring-fed dams - high rainfall seasonal security of around 40"/1000ml pa.
* Prolific evergreen ryegrass, fescue and clover pastures with long and strong fertiliser history. * Substantial bugle steel cattleyards - machinery shedding - power connected.
A wonderful opportunity to purchase a first-class fattening land tract - Inspection highly recommended with the selling agents.
FULL LISTING DETAILS BELOW:
153 acres/63.47 hectares
Corner of Princes Hwy & East Greenwald Road, Greenwald. Conveniently situated with Princes Hwy frontages 29km Heywood & 58km Portland, 57km Casterton, 70km Hamilton & 61km Mt Gambier with the Mt Gambier Livestock exchange a 35 minute drive.
Mains power connected to shedding and provides power for electric fence and can provide power to bore.
Substantial bugle steel cattle yards of Woodall design and build – ten years old. Complete with drenching race, heavy duty crush, and substantial lime handstand with year round semi access and summer B-Double access. Open fronted two bay GI machinery shed with power connected. Fully enclosed lockable small steel shed with power connected and electric fence energizer. A third lockable steel frame tractor shed.
Ideal for the absentee owner, there are 6 dams on the property, 5 of which are spring fed. All the dams have been recently cleaned out. There is an unequipped electric bore with power available near the sheds.
Six main paddocks plus one holding paddock and mustering laneway to yards
Fencing is in excellent order with the vast majority completed in the last ten years. Conventional fencing with pine posts and droppers with electric offsets.
Strong perennial pastures comprising of rye grass and clovers with some fescue in the back paddock. All pastures have been sown down in the last ten years (bar one). Much of the property is evergreen.
A very long fertiliser history with a minimum of 250kg/ha superphosphate per annum. 2ton of lime and dolomite has been applied over the total property over the last ten years. Olsen P's reveal up to 55.
Locally the Greenwald area is synonymous with high rainfall. Local records indicate 40”/1,000ml per annum.
Varying soil types all with a very high water table. Predominantly black sandy loam soil types with areas of red gravel/buckshot banks.
Generally flat to slightly undulating contour.
Carries 40 cows and calves on a year round basis, calving in January and weaning in November. The 40 weaners are then carried through the summer and autumn prior to being sold. The property is an ideal fattening block and capable of carrying around 100 – 120 weaners over the summer period.
A model out paddock in a renowned and highly sought after location with an excellent road network. 80 years of family ownership this out paddock is ideal for summer and autumn fattening purposes with evergreen pastures or, as it is currently used for, a breeding out paddock. Ideally suited for the absentee owner with a secure water supply, excellent cattle yards and fencing with fertile well established pastures. Inspection highly recommended by the selling agents.