|Secondary School Bus
||Yes form Middlemarch
||Approx. 475 - 800mm
||Huntleigh 140 to 350 masl
Lindores 140 to 460 masl
Three O’Clock 200 to 620 masl
|Weeds & Pests
||Low incidence of weeds on the property, most obvious infestation being broom on the Taieri River Gorge faces. Pests include deer, pigs and goats - with a hunting programme in place so not a problem.
|Subdivision ( No of Paddocks ) Main
||FENCING AND SUBDIVISION
Huntly approx. 42 paddocks
Lindores approx. 57 paddocks
Three O’Clock approx. 28 paddocks - 2 Blocks
Fencing is of a very good quality.
2009/2010 season approx. 20km of new boundary fencing was constructed.
||There is a reticulated water supply over the majority of the property.
Lindores & Three O'Clock - supplied with stock water from a large dam located on the Three O’Clock. Water is pumped to tanks then gravity fed to troughs throughout both properties.
Huntleigh’s water comes from a bore which supplies tanks, and then gravity fed to troughs.
Creeks and Dams also supplement the properties.
|Access & Roads
||Good laneway systems throughout the majority of the property enabling easy stock movement. These laneways are a tremendous asset to the property.
Should the property be sold as separate units these laneways are once again an asset.
||Huntleigh - 4 Bedroom homestead
Lindores - Substantial modern dwelling built in 2000’s. Coloursteel roof, double glazed, 4 Bedrooms.
||Huntleigh - - 3 Bedroom cottage with attached garaging.
Three O'Clock - Singlemans quarters
- 5 Stand woolshed and covered yards. Raise board
- 7 Bay Implement Shed.
- Concrete lined fertiliser bin with retractable roof.
- 3 bay shed with attached self contained sleep out.
- Older 3 stand wool shed with lean to covered yards and storage shed.
- 4 Bay Hay Barn.
||Huntleigh - Cattle Yards, Sheep Yards
Lindores - Sheep Yards
Three O’Clock - Cattle Yards, 2 x Sheep Yards
|Wintered Stock Numbers ( approx )
600 Beef Cows
100 R 18 months
||Combination of flat and gentle rolling paddocks along with some undulating areas and some steeper gullies.