Pandie Pandie sells for $7.5m

13 Oct, 2008 03:35 PM

Northern Territory pastoralist Viv Oldfield has purchased historic Pandie Pandie station outside of Birdsville, for $7.5 million.

According to the Australian Financial Review, the property has been in the hands of the Morton family for 70 years.

The 660,000-hectare property is one of several being offloaded by the family, AFR reports.

The property carries more than 7800 adult cattle with permanent and semi-permanent water holes.

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Thank you for the chance to debate the Single Desk issue Bushie. World wheat prices are higher
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Australian grower prices for wheat are not so hot today when you look at Chicago wheat trading
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Deregul8, Chicago wheat ranging $US 230-350/t depending on category. So tell us all the growers