WITH its prime location, abundant feed and dual livestock and cropping options, The Gums property Ashby is already generating plenty of interest in the rural property market.
Located 39km north east of The Gums and 119km west of Dalby, the 2409 hectare (5952 acre) property has mostly brigalow, belah country with black to brown clay soils.
There is about 800ha of brigalow belah cultivation complemented by 400ha of improved pasture including bambatsi, Gatton panic and purple pigeon pea. Crops offered with Ashby include about 250ha of oats planted in early April, 345ha of forage from last season, and 200ha of wheat that is still to be planted.
Ashby will be auctioned by Ray White Rural in Brisbane on July 7.
Water is a feature, supplied from nine dams and three bores, one equipped, pumping to tanks and troughs throughout the property. Ashby is split into 20 paddocks.
The property boasts impressive improvements including a four bedroom home, machinery shed with power and concrete floor, car shed/workshop, gravel hard stand area, silos, and a gravel pit. The 400 head capacity bugle design cattle yards have a vet crush, branding cradle and a steel loading ramp.
Listing agent Roger Lyne, Ray White Rural, said Ashby was a versatile property.
“With ample water, prime wheat growing country and complimented with cattle breeding/backgrounding country Ashby is ready for the new owner to reap the rewards,” Mr Lyon said.
Contact Roger Lyne, 0427 698 866, or Andrew Kirtley, 0400 598 866, Ray White Rural.