Middleton heads to auction

Cunnamulla's Middleton heads to auction

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Middleton is described as ideally suited to goats and Dorper sheep.

Middleton is described as ideally suited to goats and Dorper sheep.

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Middleton, a 32,375 hectare Queensland/NSW border property, will be auctioned by Elders in St George on October 11.

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THE Queensland/NSW border property Middleton will be auctioned in St George on October 11.

Described as ideally suited to goats and Dorper sheep, the Cunnamulla property is recognised as a highly profitable operation in a less than favourable season.

Middleton totals some 32,375 hectares (80,000 acres) of predominantly freehold country in a good strategic trading location.

Improvements on the 32,375 hectare property include a quality homestead.

Improvements on the 32,375 hectare property include a quality homestead.

Considerable attention has been paid to fencing, waters and the homestead.

The country is described as having trace element rich red and grey loam soils and is lightly shaded with good browse. Timbers include gidyea, brigalow, coolibah, whitewood, beefwood, sandlewood and supplejack. There are a wide variety of good grasses including bluebush, saltbush, salines and herbages.

Contact Brendan Devine, 0428 255 568, or Dick Allpass, 0417 070 418, Elders.

Middleton has a wide variety of good grasses including bluebush, saltbush, salines and herbages.

Middleton has a wide variety of good grasses including bluebush, saltbush, salines and herbages.

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