No. 813 · Property · SIM · 1 lots
10 hours
Mon, 20 September 2021, 10:00 AM (SYD)
WA 8:00 AM · NT 9:30 AM · QLD 10:00 AM · SA 9:30 AM

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  • Auctioneer: Craig Pellow - License #1284323
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Craig Pellow | 0428 780 219

Will Peterson | 0438 934 416

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    'Dunromin' 376 Yiddah Road, West Wyalong
    Lot 1 - 'Dunromin' 376 Yiddah Road, West Wyalong
    • Property
    • 369.07ha
    • QPL Rural is proud to present an ideal farm as an additional or starter for a multitude of enterprises. Located approximately 17km South-East of West Wyalong, 50km North of Temora, less than 1.5 hours to Forbes saleyards (CWLE), and just over 1.5 hours to Wagga Wagga Saleyards (LMC). A prime location that has the added benefit of offering a range of exchange centres in close proximity. ‘Dunromin’ consists of a mixture of gentle sloping cypress pine and box country through to self mulching clay. There are minimal trees situated on the arable country, with an additional shelterbelt for livestock protection on the Northern and Southern Boundaries. Approximately 80% arable, there’s an abundance of uses for this property ranging from cropping, through to a complete livestock operation or even a mixed farming enterprise. The opportunities here at ‘Dunromin’ are endless. It is currently being used as a weaner fattening production system, however, has also been used for cropping production in the past. Approximately 20% has been fallowed in preparation for the 2022 cropping program. The property has been managed using regenerative farming techniques along with low chemical use. By incorporating this system, maintaining groundcover has resulted in increased biodiversity over the entire farm. The regenerative farming techniques have been implemented over the past 20 years* improving the carbon within the soil. In this calendar year, 20in* has been recorded, offering a great start to the year providing great soil moisture for the growth of fodder.
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    20 Sep · 10:00 AM (SYD)