Mixed farming opportunity

A mixed farm opportunity on the Eyre Peninsula

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A property with decent scale which could be perfect for a mixed farming enterprise will likely generate interest from nearby producers and savvy investors alike.

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A property with decent scale which could be perfect for a mixed farming enterprise will likely generate interest from nearby producers and savvy investors alike.

Kartanya is centrally located on the Eyre Peninsula, and is a good size property just a few kilometres east of Tooligie Hill.

The Tooligie area is a well-established mixed farming region known for cereal grain production, canola and pulses.

Boasting land area of 1210 hectares (2990 acres), Kartanya has approximately 1150 hectares (2840ac) cleared and arable for cropping.

The average annual rainfall in this area is 385mm with approximately 70 to 80 percent falling between April to October.

Given this farm has been continuously cropped in recent years, the fencing is in average condition with minimal internal fences.

Improvements to the infrastructure includes mains water, a two-stand raised board shearing shed with attached sheep yards, hay/machinery shed and a super shed.

There is also an old three bedroom, one bathroom timber home on the property.

However, the house has not been lived in for some time and is in need of some upkeep.

Kartanya features undulating plains and rises with mainly shallow calcareous solid.

Most common soils include calcareous loam, calcareous loam over clay and shallow calcareous loam on calcareous sub-soils with some red flats.

Surface texture is sandy loam with some sandy swale rises.

Kartanya is currently leased for the cropping seasons of 2021 - 2022.

There is also a mining lease in place.

Contact the agent for details about the returns and terms of these leases with an information memorandum available upon request.

Inspections are by appointment only through Elders Real Estate.

Kartanya is for sale via expressions of interest, closing at 4pm, March 5.

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