Munga farm comprises 520 hectares and is situated in the reliable Frances district.
Selling agent Richard Harvie says the property presents well, with a great base of cropping and grazing balance.
"The heavier black/grey loam soils are ideal for a solid cropping rotational enterprise, with a small portion of lighter rising sandy soils that provide great grazing for the winter/spring period," he said.
Irrigation is a benefit with an available 486.9 megalitre allocation, including a 2023 built Renke aluminium pivot covering 35 hectares.
There is potential to expand the irrigation with redevelopment of the existing flood irrigation area or more pivots.
The property has successfully grown cereal, pulse and small seed crops.
Improvements include a six-stand woolshed, sheep yards and a large 40 x 60 x 5 metre hay/implement shed.
There is all weather access to property.
A recently updated solar stock water supply has been established with additional dams as a backup for water and yabbies.
There is a small weekender building overlooking a dam as an additional get away spot.
Munga farm has been carrying 1500 ewes lambing at 125-130 per cent and aiming to sell lambs as export weights, both off mum and the stubbles.
Between 30-50 dry cattle are traded when feed is available.
The livestock enterprise is run in conjunction with the cropping rotational program.
Vendors have supplied the fertiliser, chemical and cropping details for the property covering last three years.
"Munga Farm is an opportunity for any astute buyers intending to expand or invest in agriculture," Mr Harvie said.
"The diversity of this parcel gives plenty of scope for future development and returns."
The property is for sale via Expressions of Interest, closing January 18, 2024
For further information or to arrange an inspection contact Richard Harvie on 0428 838 570.