Ray White Rural South Australia is pleased to present Winters to the market, for sale by public auction.
The 348.6 hectare property is located approximately 12 kilometres west of Blyth, 25km west of Clare and 152km north of Adelaide in the Everard District in the mid-north of SA.
Winters is fenced into four main paddocks for ease of management. It is watered by SA mains water to well positioned stock troughs.
To support a sheep enterprise, there is a set of steel sheep yards with five main yards and a two way draft.
Ray White Rural SA Director, Daniel Schell said Winters provides a great opportunity to add to existing property holdings or as an easily managed stand-alone smaller property.
"The property comprises easy working soils ideally suited to growing cereals, legumes and hay production with the opportunity to also capture the sustained strong prices for sheep meat and wool incorporating a sheep enterprise," he said.
"Winters has excellent access for heavy transport with the Blyth-Lochiel Road adjacent to its southern boundary.
"Export hay facilities at Balaklava and major grain receival facilities at Snowtown, Bowmans and Balaklava provide efficient transport options.
Winters will be auctioned on Tuesday, March 10, at The Valleys Lifestyle Centre, Clare.
"With strong commodity prices and historically low interest rates, the demand for agricultural land throughout South Australia has never been stronger.
"With the high prices being achieved for land throughout the nearby Yorke Peninsula providing fewer opportunities for expansion, astute operators are looking to the mid-north region for flexibility and value."