143 Inkerman Station Road Home Hill QLD 4806
- Rural / Farming
- 16,622.64 ha
Prime Burdekin Region Grazing and Farming Country
"Inkerman Station" is a large-scale grazing and farming property located approximately 15 klms south of Home Hill and the Burdekin River North Queensland.
A very productive property that includes 4,935 ha (12,000 acres) of quality black soil country and 11,729 ha (28,982 acres) of grazing country.
Inkerman Station is being offered for sale by Expressions of Interest. With the EOI closing at 5pm on the 8th July 2021.
With the recent development of approximately 3,000 acres of farming country being sown down to Rhodes Grass pastures, the property offers a great opportunity to continue the expansion and the development of the black soil country.
The existing 123-acre cane farm is supported by a 392.8 megalitre license and is located adjacent to one of the large lagoons on the property. Additional water is available with pumping out of the sand drift at 80 litres per second.
Also included in the sale of Inkerman Station is 3,000 quality female cattle, plus the entire 2021 calf drop. The cattle are a predominately young herd, and consist of a mix of Brahman and Santa/Brahman cross cows with the infusion of the best Brangus genetics available. 100 High grade Brangus Bulls are also included in the sale. The cows are run in age groups and are control mated. The cattle are currently all in prime condition with sappy Brangus cross calves at foot.
The structural improvements on the property include a well-appointed Homestead set in established gardens, fully airconditioned with all modern appliances.
2 comfortable workers cottages and a single man's quarters, a fuel and chemical shed, a large machinery shed, and hay shed. Permanent molasses tanks and a large bladder.
Approximately 800 ton of irrigated and fertilised forage and lablab silage is included in the sale.
With 3 sets of cattle yards, that includes a new large ProWay cattle yard located in the middle of the property connected to a new laneway system complement the cattle handling facilities and ease of management on the property.
All the internal roads on the property have recently been upgraded with stock grids installed on all the major water run routes.
The existing bores on the property have been upgraded with submersible solar pumps, new tanks and troughs. Several new bores have been installed in the recently pulled 6,500 acres of tableland country, all equipped with submersible solar systems. A water monitoring system has been installed on the bores throughout the property.
The fencing on the property is in excellent condition, predominately 3 barb on steel posts with droppers and a mix of new steel gateway corners and solid timber. The new laneways are 4 barb on steel posts and droppers.
Over the last three years the current owners have aerial seeded 12,000 kgs of Seca, Omega and Verano stylo. With the current seasonal conditions, the country has responded, and the pastures are showing excellent growth.
The property is ideally situated, with approximately 2.5klms of all-weather access road to the Bruce Highway, and 15mins to Home Hill, 25 mins to Ayr and one hour and fifteen minutes to the large regional city of Townsville. B-double access to the station yards, with both and north or south access on the Bruce Highway.
Inkerman Station offers an excellent opportunity to secure a large freehold property in the Burdekin Region of North Qld, know for a very safe annual rainfall and long growing season. The mix of quality black soil farming country, and the large areas available for further development with quality tableland grazing country and excellent improvements and pastures. Complimented with a quality herd of 3,000 breeders plus calves and bulls and extensive plant and equipment.
For further enquires and information please contact the selling Agents
David Buckley 0448 010 162: firstname.lastname@example.org
Troy Trevor 0408 502 576: email@example.com
Nutrien Harcourts Queensland Rural Real Estate Charters Towers: firstname.lastname@example.org