East Lynne makes $1068/acre

Mitchell's East Lynne cracks $4.1 million

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NUTRIEN HARCOURTS: Errol and Candy Brumpton's 1554 hectare Mitchell property East Lynne has sold at auction for $4.1 million.

NUTRIEN HARCOURTS: Errol and Candy Brumpton's 1554 hectare Mitchell property East Lynne has sold at auction for $4.1 million.

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Errol and Candy Brumpton's Mitchell property East Lynne has sold at auction for $4.1 million.

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MARANOA property East Lynne has sold at a Nutrien Harcourts auction for $4.1 million.

Offered by Errol and Candy Brumpton, the 1554 hectare (3839 acre) property was bought by Grant and Kay Warrian, Springrock, Injune.

The sale price is equal to about $2638/ha ($1068/acre).

Five of the 10 registered parties were active active at the auction. Bidding started at $2.5m, rising in $100,000 lifts through to the sale price.

Steve Hancock, Nutrien Harcourts, vendors Errol and Candy Brumpton, Well Gully, Mitchell, buyers Grant and Kay Warrian, Springrock, Injune, auctioneer Terry Ryan and Darryl Langton, Nutrien Harcourts.

Steve Hancock, Nutrien Harcourts, vendors Errol and Candy Brumpton, Well Gully, Mitchell, buyers Grant and Kay Warrian, Springrock, Injune, auctioneer Terry Ryan and Darryl Langton, Nutrien Harcourts.

East Lynn is located 24km north east of Mitchell and 108km west of Roma and is estimated to carry 500 steers, 300 breeders or 2600 ewes.

The developed brigalow, belah, bottletree, myall, wilga soils have been improved with buffel, Gatton panic and creeping blue with native grasses rising to a small area of improved timbered tableland grazing.

About 160ha has been developed as contoured cultivation, with further cropping areas available. There is a 1.8m high vermin proof boundary fence.

Water is supplied from three bores, which pumped to tanks and troughs, plus two dams.

The marketing of East Lynn was handled by Darryl Langton and Steve Hancock from Nutrien Harcourts.

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The story East Lynne makes $1068/acre first appeared on Queensland Country Life.

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