This property is situated right in the heart of some of the most productive cropping and grazing area in the state. Forest is long renowned for its cropping ability with its rich red basalt soil and generous rainfall with this piece of land being no exception. Over the years there has been many varieties of produce grown at this address including potatoes, peas, beans, cauliflowers, onions, rhubarb and more recently pyrethrum. Water for irrigation is supplied by 60 megalitre and 20 megalitre dams plus a bore adding approx an extra 30 megs over 4 months to the larger dam. The water is distributed via a 3 span linear move irrigator and travellers. All 9 paddocks have easy access from a gravel lane which runs through the farm with quality electric fencing keeping the stock in. Land of this quality and this size rarely becomes available in the Forest area so call for an appointment today.
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