“Juandah Plains” Highly Productive Cattle Country-Under Offer
Outstanding Grazing Property
Location: approximately 22 radial kms NE of Wandoan and approximately 190km to Roma; the largest cattle selling centre in Australia.
Area-Tenure-Country: The property is 5332 hectares (GHPL) 13170 acres consisting of a mix of land and soil types, including brigalow, box, open forest and softwood scrub. This supports a combination of improved pastures including silk sorghum, wynn cassia, buffel, medics, stylos, burgundy bean, bisset creeping blue grass, premier digiteria and desmanthus.
Rainfall: Average rainfall of 568mm via historical records kept by owners of the property since 1954
Water: Stock water via two electric bores, plus frontage to Bungaban Creek and numerous turkeys nests and troughs located throughout the place.
Fencing and Yards: 20 paddocks leading into a laneway network with smaller holding paddocks near the stockyards and homestead
Very decent set of steel stockyards, 12 years old with a 7 way draft, shaded and concreted work area over RPM air hydro crush, calf cradle, steel loading ramp and overhead sprinkler system. The yards are simple to operate for 1 or 2 people.
Improvements: Modern homestead with 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, office, cold room, meat house, store room, and double garage.
Workers cottage (in livable condition) with 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom.
Structural Improvements: Steel frame machinery shed and workshop (approx. 695 square metres) has concrete to part of it and a giant loft with plenty of storage room. The attached grain shed (approx. 450 square metres) has a full concrete floor with a 1200 tonne capacity and access to drive a road train through it.
Carrying Capacity: Historically run a conservative 2000 AE in all seasons including breeders and progeny with the ability to increase numbers in favorable seasons. Currently the property is very lightly stocked with agistment.
Cropping: Previously had 770 hectares or 1900 acres under cultivation.
“Juandah Plains” has had an extensive development plan with the current owners since 1978 and this reflects in the quality of the improvements and ancilliary infrastructure. This country has a proven track record of putting kg’s on cattle and would be a excellent addition to the astute cattlemans portfolio.