||Waikawa 8km, Tokanui 24km, Invercargill 82km.
||Tokanui, bus 3km away.
||Generally secondary students board.
||Blue Sky 69km, Mataura 86km, Alliance 100km.
|Present Condition ( areas approx. )
||753 hectares of pasture, 8 hectares of raphno, 34 hectares of oats and turnips, 5 hectares of raphno and oats, 10 hectares to new grass, 170 hectares has been undersown with AR150 ryegrass and jeta. As part of the 753 hectares there has been approximately 200 hectares new grass sown over four years. 320 hectares semi developed of easy to medium contour with a vast area capable of cultivation. 24.5749 hectares QEII Trust plus 180 hectares native bush and scrub. Excluding the QEII and bush, the balance is a mix of steeper clear grazing and extensive areas of easy contoured land which is grazeable but capable of development to permanent pasture or forestry.
||Tautuku soils which are generally free draining with a high percentage of the area being in bush loam.
|Weeds & Pests
||Although there are significant areas of the property which are generally clear, part of the less developed land has a mix of scattered and dense gorse.
||A strong fencing base including extensive new fencing and lane access. A mix of permanent post and wire and netting with extensive reticulation of power from three mains and three solar units.
Two new schemes have been installed servicing approximately 360 hectares. No. 1 is a spring feeding to a 30,000 litre tank and gravity feed to troughs. No. 2 is pumped from a spring fed storage pond and gravity fed to troughs. All troughs are 1,500 litres.
Roof catchment to 22,500 litre storage tank (can access woolshed catchment if necessary).
60 tonne triple super
500 tonne lime
60 tonne ammonium sulphate
25 tonne DAP
140 tonne triple super
1200 tonne lime
164 tonne superior fertiliser mix
44 tonne ammonium sulphate
40 tonne DAP
110 tonne triple super
800 tonne lime
40 tonne 30%potassic super
110 tonne superior fertiliser mix
|Access & Roads
||Good formed road and internal access.
|Supplement made on Farm
||This season 3,200 bales of baleage have been made on farm and the expectation is to make a further 200 bales.
||Bungalow home of roughcast over brick exterior with coloursteel roof. Four bedrooms, open plan kitchen/living area with Woodsman multifuel burner, living area opens to deck, shower and bath, dual toilet facilities, single attached carport. Sunny northerly aspect.
||Four stand raised board woolshed and adjoining covered cattle and sheep yards (capacity 1,800 to 2,000 wooly ewes), new four bay implement shed, two four bay haybarns, two bay haybarn (used for implements as well).
||Contour continued..Of the developed area in grass approx 60% would be considered cultivatable and a similar proportion of the less developed land would have potential to be cultivated.
||By mutual agreement.
||Covered sheep and cattle yards (to be completed).
|Wintered Stock Numbers ( approx )
||At present a large percentage of the stock on the property is of a trading nature. The vendors estimate a carrying capacity of 12,000 stock units but prospective purchasers should make their own assessment. A base suggested at 6,000 breeding ewes, 1,600 ewe hoggets, 100 rams and others, 350 breeding cows, 50 R2 heifers and 8 bulls plus trading stock to suit.
||The contour is mainly easy to medium rolling with some steeper faces.
||Good shelter from natural contour and a mix of native bush pockets, established flax hedges and trees.
|Trademe Pricing Method
||Price By Negotiation