Glen Gowrie feedlot on market

Allora's Glen Gowrie feedlot on market

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GLEN GOWRIE: Expressions of interest close on May 25.

GLEN GOWRIE: Expressions of interest close on May 25.

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Expressions of interest for the Allora feedlot and farming operation Glen Gowrie close on May 25

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ALLORA Class 1 feedlot and farming operation Glen Gowrie has been listed for sale – unlocking an attractive investment opportunity in one of the state’s most sought after agricultural hubs.

CBRE Agribusiness has been appointed to market Glen Gowrie, a high-class feedlot property on 349 hectares (862 acres) between Toowoomba and Warwick.

Located on Dalrymple Creek Road, the property features irrigated and dryland farming, as well as a secure and reliable water allocation that supports a range of agricultural outcomes.

Improvements include a three-bedroom homestead overlooking the Condamine River, a two bedroom cottage, sheds, weigh bridge, silos and grain storage.

CBRE’s Simon Cudmore and Thomas Warriner have been appointed to sell the property on behalf of Robyn and Benn Brown. Expressions of interest close on May 25.

The Glen Gowrie homestead overlooks the Condamine River.

The Glen Gowrie homestead overlooks the Condamine River.

Mr Cudmore said the property’s position in the sought after Southern Downs region would be a key selling factor.

“The surrounding area is well-known for agricultural pursuits, including irrigated and dryland cropping, feedlotting and beef and sheep production,” Mr Cudmore said.

“Located close to major meat processing facilities and the Darling Downs grain belt, Glen Gowrie offers an excellent opportunity to secure a modern feedlot in a renowned agricultural location.”

The property offers future growth opportunities, including further development of dryland areas to centre pivot irrigation, as well as expansion of the feedlot and acquisition of neighbouring properties to increase the footprint.

“Glen Gowrie offers both flexibility to use the feedlot aspect in the traditional way, or use it as drought mitigation for a large breeding enterprise and value-add stock,” Mr Cudmore added.

“Add in the cropping flexibility – whereby producing your own grain, hay or silage at your discretion – this property is a highly productive enterprise that has strong investment appeal.”

Contact Simon Cudmore, 0433 160 413, or Thomas Warriner, 0419 108 638, CBRE Agribusiness.

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