AFTER 12 years of ownership by the Connolly family, Belmore is being offered for sale in preparation for the next step towards retirement.
Belmore was previously run in conjunction with the other family Eidsvold property Glencoe for fodder production, utilising the water and soils available.
Diversification is a feature at Belmore given the substantial 380 megalitre allocation from the Burnett River combined with the 1756ML water harvesting licences.
Located 11km from Eidsvold and 63km from Monto, the Burnett Highway frontage property comprises of 325 hectares (804 acres) in two freehold portions.
The country consists of prime alluvial flats adjacent to the Burnett River through to sandy loam soils. There are many kilometres of new fencing to the pivot circles, river and lane way.
The property has grown a variety of crops including potatoes, asparagus, melons and numerous fodder crops.
Belmore also has an equipped bore for stock and domestic supply and rainwater storages.
Structural improvements include steel portable yards with covered vet crush, calf race and cradle, machinery and storage sheds. There is also a two bedroom dwelling with large open verandahs overlooking the entire property.
Belmore is being offered through an offers to purchase process closing on March 21.
Contact Baden Lowrie, 0427 172 158, or Andrew Adcock, 0407 674 972, Elders.