Irrigated dairy farm located at Ouse, 1 hour from Hobart. All services, school, doctor, hospital and sporting clubs are right on the doorstep. 641 acres or thereabouts. Comprising flat to undulating country. There are approximately 420 acres under irrigation, serviced by underground mains. Linear system covers 120 acres plus a further 300 acres irrigated by laterals and travellers. Soils are fertile, alluvial loams with heavy black flats rising to volcanic soils. There are 77 acres planted to pine trees which are 4 years old. The balance of land being approximately 140 acres is used as dryland grazing. All replacements are reared and grown out on site and dry cows are also kept on the farm. Abundant volume of water is supplied from the Ouse River and is pumped up to 2 holding dams of 17 mega capacity each. Houses and dairy water supply is from town supply. 48 unit Rotary dairy has a 3 year old Westfalia milk harvesting system plus ice bank cooling and 14,000 litre milk storage vessel. Yarding for 300 cows plus 400 cow feed pas provides extra holding capacity. Feed system to dairy includes 4 silos with 140 ton capacity all linked together. There are 4 homes with 1 being utilised as a Bed & Breakfast. There is potential for further development of this property.
|Address||Price||Property type||Sale type|
|294 Dawson Road||4||$825,000||House||Sale|
|6931 Lyell Highway||3||$100,000||House||Sale|
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