JACK Kennedy’s 2808 hectares (6939 acres) Mitchell property Rockybank has been well developed through extensive development and the establishment of buffel grass pastures.
Fencing is a feature of the property, being inside the Neabul-Wallum cluster fence. Some 90pc of the fencing is in near new condition, lending the property to being equally suited to running cattle, sheep or goats.
The country is gently undulating being mostly red loam, yellow jacket, box, sandalwood with strips of heavier brigalow, belah gilgia country.
The freehold property is located 145km south west of Roma and 90km south of Mitchell.
Rockybank will be auctioned by Ray White Rural in Roma on March 22.
The PMAV has been locked in with about 80 per cent on the white. This country has been pulled burnt and or raked and some ploughed.
Fencing is a feature of the property, being inside the Neabul-Wallum cluster fence.
About 1200ha was re-pulled in 2017 leaving the property relatively clean of regrowth. The predominate pasture is buffel grass with good stands across all of the improved country.
Rockybank is watered by three dams which are fenced and have turkey nests and troughs.
Neabul Creek also has a permanent plus semi-permanent holes, from which water is used to supply troughs, shed, cattle yards and the house.
The vendor has previously run a stud/commercial operation before other interests took him away from the property.
As a breeder operation Mr Kennedy has run up to 500 breeders and considers the property to safely carry 420 breeders in an average season.
Improvements include a highset three bedroom timber home, three bay steel frame shed, and portable panel cattle yards, along with a Toyota tray back, 160hp International tractor and a Hino truck with a stock crate.
Contact Rob Wildermuth, 0428 222 687, Ray White Rural Roma.