Hyblah sold under the hammer

Boyne Valley: Hyblah sold at auction

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RAY WHITE RURAL: The Peters family's Boyne Valley hay and grazing property Hyblah has sold at auction.

RAY WHITE RURAL: The Peters family's Boyne Valley hay and grazing property Hyblah has sold at auction.

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The Peters family's Boyne Valley hay and grazing property Hyblah has sold at auction.

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THE Peters family’s Boyne Valley hay and grazing property Hyblah has sold for $1.425 million at a Ray White Rural auction in Brisbane.  

Hyblah produces quality hay and silage, selling to a strong repeat customer base as well as running a beef herd.  

Hyblah has 85 hectares of cultivation country serviced by irrigation mains.

Hyblah has 85 hectares of cultivation country serviced by irrigation mains.

Hyblah in two titles and is located 47km to Calliope and 70km to Gladstone.

 A highlight of the farm is the unrestricted and uncharged water from two irrigation wells located close to the bank of the Boyne River Anabranch. The quality irrigation flats which were untouched by flood waters in the 2013 flood, recognised as highest in local living memory.  

Hyblah offers a fantastic opportunity to purchase a well-established two family enterprise with instant cash flow.

Of the total area of 136 hectares (338 acres), 85ha is cultivation country serviced by irrigation mains. The balance is planted to Rhodes grass. 

Currently there is 59ha of lucerne as well as barley and oats forage crops for baling. 

Hyblah consistently carries some 80 mostly Brahman breeders plus progeny on the dryland pastures.

Infrastructure includes ample shed space for storage of machinery and hay, and cattle and sheep yards.  

Infrastructure includes ample shed space for storage of machinery and hay.

Infrastructure includes ample shed space for storage of machinery and hay.

The main five bedroom home features a new kitchen. There is also a three bedroom Glendale cottage. The two homes are located on separate titles.

​Hyblah was marketed by Kylee Seeds and Janelle Duffin from Ray White Rural Mundubbera.

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