Diversify with quality Dandaragan farmland

Diversify with quality Dandaragan farmland

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This highly recommended property has been farmed to very high standards and is well suited to cropping, sheep, prime lambs and cattle.

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COMPRISING 1287 hectares, with about 1185ha considered arable, this property at 620 Rowes Road, Yathroo is in the Dandaragan region.

This highly recommended property has been farmed to very high standards and is well suited to cropping, sheep, prime lambs and cattle.

Held by the same family for 45 years, this farm has an excellent fertiliser history across 44 years that few properties can compare to.

The property is watered by a good bore equipped with an electric pump, tanks and troughs are placed throughout the farm.

In a reliable rainfall area, the property receives an average annual rainfall of about 550 millimetres.

With about 1135ha of medium country and 50ha of light country, this property has produced good consistent yields of wheat, barley and lupins.

About 75 per cent of the fencing is in good condition, with the balance being stock proof.

Gravel laneways allow for easy access throughout the property.

There are three road frontages with two being bitumen.

Infrastructure comprises a large set of semi-permanent sheep yards, a bunker and a general purpose shed.

There is a large quantity of commercial gravel with all extraction licenses in place.

There is also potential for large sale gravel excavation in the near future.

With good gravel in demand, this property is set to produce a good income stream for many years.

The sellers will retain a 50pc share of gravel sales for three years, however they are prepared to negotiate a price so all the gravel passes to the buyer.

This property is priced to sell at $3.18 million and represents excellent value for quality and diverse farmland.

Price: $3.18m

Location: Yathroo

Area: 1287ha

Agent: Primaries Real Estate and Morgan Sudlow & Associates

Contact: Laurie Armstrong 0427 773 340

Maurice Maroney

0428 868 255

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