With a strong cropping program, this property is located on Lock-Darke Peak Road, approximately 20 kilometres east of Lock on the Eyre Peninsula.
Section 45 Hundred of Boonerdo in on one freehold title is a total of 783 hectares (1,934.8 acres) with approximately 753.5ha well cleared and arable.
The cropping program of mainly cereals uses minimum tillage with modern farming equipment under a good management system with a strong focus on livestock production to complement the cropping program and maximise production.
The land is undulating to gently rising open country with large red/brown loamy flats and large swale sandy/loam rises over clay.
It is very clean open easy working country that has lightly timbered shelter belts area along the northern part of the central track and the south-east corner of the property.
The property has a well maintained cyclone and mainly wooden post boundary fence with a newly constructed fence approximately a third of the way down the central track from the northern boundary.
There are two SA Water meters which supply water to the property.
An old open front implement shed in poor condition is located in the south-west corner and a set of steel sheep yards is centrally located on the main track through the centre of the property.
Grain delivery is nearby at Lock, Kielpa and Darke Peak or the Rudall silos and main bunker facility (38km south-east); with major port facilities at Port Lincoln approximately 175km to the south.
The region receives a reliable 325 millimetres of annual rainfall and is well serviced by the rural township of Lock approximately 20km west or Cleve approximately 65km south-east for all major agricultural inputs and multiple machinery dealers.
This property is a solid farm build up in a good farming district well known for grain production.