An opportunity has hit the market to purchase grazing land on strong productive grey/reddish sandy loams over clay at 607 Boddingtons Road, Binnum.
The land is mostly open flats with ever so slightly undulating topography.
The property has a good blend of various gum trees across it with some red gums but mainly pink and blue gums.
There has been approximately 68 hectares of clay spreading over the property which has increased productivity.
There remains the possibility to continue with further clay spreading across the remainder of the land which will increase productivity and carrying capacity.
Pastures have a healthy blend of clovers, medics, rye grass and other grasses while some have substantial stands of lucerne.
The irrigation infrastructure consists of a bore equipped with a diesel motor and irrigation pump.
The property comes with a 120 megalitre water licence.
Water is supplied via a bore equipped with a solar powered submersible pump west of the house, pumping direct to concrete tanks and reticulating to concrete troughs.
Fencing is in good to very good condition.
The majority of fences are six line cyclone with pine or gum posts.
The property currently runs approximately 1000 Merino ewes joined to prime lamb sires for late Autumn lambing.
Storage includes a single car garage, a wool shed/machinery shed and another small machinery shed.
Other improvements include a three stand shearing shed with timber and steel yards.
This property is to be offered by public auction at 2pm Wednesday, February 19, at the Naracoorte Town Hall - if not previously sold.