THE large scale Charleville breeding property Wiringa is on the market, being offered with 1500 breeders.
Located 100km north west of Charleville and 120km south west of Augathella, the 27,956 hectare (69,079 acre) freehold property is described as a great mix of country. Some 16,187ha has been pulled, with large areas of low edible mulga opening out to areas of gidgee, kurrajong, leopardwood and box soils. Numerous creek systems run through the property with large gentle fertile flood out areas.
Improvements include a three bedroom lowset home, shed, cold room and meat house, shearing shed and shearers quarters.
A major water infrastructure project has been undertaken in the past five years using 63mm from the three bores to service numerous troughs, which are backed up by poly storage tanks and turkey nests. Numerous dams also service the property. The creek systems include Middle, Rocky, Cannon, Walkers and Coolibah.
There is 45km of new boundary fencing. There is a large set of steel and portable steel cattle yards at the homestead and an older set of yards to the north west of the property.
The 1500 predominately Brahman/Hereford cross breeders are one brand, vendor bred cows mostly aged up to six years that are currently running with Angus, Hereford and Brahman bulls.