AREA: 947 acres (383Ha) in two (2) Freehold titles just 10mins north of Goomeri on the Burnett Highway. COUNTRY: A wonderful blend of dark forest and scrub soils from start to finish makes this a very good cattle property. The property is capable of growing big bodies of grass, hence the carrying capacity. The front half of the property has evidence of being farmed at one stage with good open flats and contours on the ridges. The rear of the property is very warm for cattle being more elevated bottle tree country. There are several seasonal creeks and gullies, with a permanent spring on the front title providing stock water all year round. Parts of the property have been stick raked allowing further establishment of native and improved pastures. There are some ideal house sites available overlooking the rural farming community complete with power, phone and water. A small set of portable stock yards are present and will be included. WATER / IRRIGATION: One permanent spring plus seven dams. There is a sub-mersible bore on power that currently pumps to a tank on a ridge and feeds to one trough near the yards. CARRYING CAPACITY: 150 - 200 weaners. Currently there are fresh weaners running on the property showing good weight gains with shiny coats! YARDS / FENCING: The fencing is in good order, especially the boundary fence being all four barbs with split posts. The property is divided into nine paddocks, all of good size. COMMENTS: You just can't beat good country with great location, and Aitkins Block caters for both. This property will suit the absentee owner who doesn't need to live there or it is large enough to call home and be a stand alone property. It's a wonderful spread for cattle to put on those weight gains you've been searching for.
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