KOOYONG offers a great opportunity for buyers to acquire a smaller scale property in a renowned grain growing region of the northern Wheatbelt.
The property comprises about 1440 arable hectares of red loam to red sandy loam soils, with original timber being mainly York gum and mallee, with lesser areas of loamy sand on the western boundary.
Kooyong is subdivided into 24 main paddocks ranging from 30ha to 150ha, allowing for ease of rotational grazing for a livestock enterprise.
Further gains in cropping efficiency could easily be made with the removal of some internal fences.
The property has been conservatively cropped, with the owners having a livestock focus within their mixed farming business.
Two reliable, solar-equipped bores provide plentiful water which is reticulated throughout the property, while a four-stand shearing shed and two sets of yards enable ease of handling.
Kooyong also contains the necessary infrastructure for the cropping enterprise, including multiple general-purpose sheds, grain silos and fertiliser storage.
The comfortable homestead is positioned high in the landscape and overlooks the Greenough River which flows through the property.
Located in the Shire of Chapman Valley and City of Greater Geraldton, 37 kilometres east of Yuna and 110km east of Geraldton, Kooyong is well positioned for access to grain receival facilities, as well as the services of a regional city about an hour's drive to the west.
For sale by Open Negotiation, with the bidding open from Monday, November 15, with the final bidding stage commencing at 3pm, on Thursday, December 16.
Contact selling agent Yves Beagley to become a registered bidder.
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