Best described as a highly productive, multi-functional agricultural undertaking, Moonah and Wyama Gap boast irrigation making it ideal for prime lambs, wool, and cropping.
These properties collectively produce high yielding crops of Lucerne seed, hay, fodder, cereals and oil seeds on a consistent basis.
This well improved 852 hectare (2106 acre) property has principally productive soils with areas of scattered limestone and grey loams rolling onto sandy loams over clay and limestone.
Moonah and Wyama Gap both comprise of strong pastures predominantly of lucerne, chicory, clovers, ryegrass, veldt grass and primrose.
This mix has proven to be quite productive and continues to sustain healthy livestock 12 months of the year.
Cropping is mainly conducted within the renovation and rotation program and with the irrigation areas, many different crops can be grown successfully.
This property delivers all the essential elements of a highly productive mixed farming operation, benefiting from reliable irrigation infrastructure and development.
With good quality fertile soils, substantial rainfall, ideal climate and conveniently located only 20km approximately from Keith, both Moonah and Wyama Gap offer good capacity and versatility.
Nutrien Harcourts rural real estate specialist Geoff Watts has said he has received considerable interest from a broad range of potential buyers since listing this property on the market, due to its excellent location and conceivable growth.
"These two properties have several income streams and are virtually drought proof," Mr Watts said.
The soil moisture and texture are ideal for their established lucerne pastures, and well suited for increased hay and fodder production.
There is a 3442 megalitre water licence attached to the properties, covering 280 hectares of irrigation area via centre pivot, flood and lateral with nine equipped bores.
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