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    Rural Cropping Property in DYSART

    'Well Grassed property' FOR SALE

      Location, Area & Tenure:
      Mt Walker is a 2,209.37 Ha Block (5,459 acres) on Freehold in 3 separate Titles located 45 Km east of Clermont and 30 Km west of Dysart.

      Services to the Property:
      Rural Power, Mobile coverage throughout, Nearby School Bus service and twice weekly mail service is available.

      Mt Walker consists of approximately 80% alluvial creek flats and black soil country with the balance undulating heavy grassed chocolate loam country running onto scattered Mountain Coolabah ridges. Of this 1700 acres of tidy premium deep alluvial soils is cultivated and has a history of high grain production. A further 600 acres would be available for cultivation.

      The country is noted for its heavily grassed carrying capacity with a mixture of Buffel, Bluegrass, Forest Mitchell, Green Panic and seasonal Flinders Grasses.

      Fencing & Paddocks:
      The Property is fenced into 8 paddocks of mostly 3 barb with timber posts.

      Mt Walker is very well watered by 1 large dam, 3 smaller seasonal dams and 2 bores and currently most paddocks have running creek for water..

      Yards consist of a combination of portable panels and timber post and rails. Included are a steel vet crush, covered calf marking cradle and loading ramp.

      Mt Walker is located in an area noted for its quality productive soils which are similar to the soils found on the renowned Golden Mile area east of Dysart. These soils are conducive to growing large body of grasses and having above average crop yields. The property is currently planted to 1693 acres of grain sorghum which with the moisture available when harvested will return into a good body of feed. Owners estimate the stubble could carry up to 900 mixed cattle through to the summer months. On top of this the grass country which is currently carrying 430 cattle still has a large body of grass and could carry this number through to Christmas. Until the recent frosts the feed was green and with the good moisture content will continue to grow in the spring. This would make Mt Walker ideal for drought relief.



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