Sheep, Beef & Deer Unit

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357 Landslip Valley Road, Pukerau, Eastern Southland

Price By Negotiation

  •  357 Landslip Valley Road, Pukerau

Strong fertile soils on the easy to rolling contour coupled with many established shelterbelts ensure reliable consistent results. Superbly balanced, it has 80 hectares deer fenced with a full range of handling facilities that can be utilised in conjunction with it's present sheep and beef finishing policy.

Approximately 40 hectares has been leased to the adjoining dairy unit for the last 12 years.

Land Area 241.5416 hectare
Nearest Town Gore 17km; Pukerau 3km.
Primary School Pukerau Primary School.
Primary School Bus For Waikoikoi School bus is 4km away.
Secondary School Gore High School; St Peter's College; Blue Mountain College.
Secondary School Bus In Pukerau for Gore schools or 4km away for Blue Mountain College.
Freezing Works Alliance Mataura 29km; SFF Waitane 22km.
Sales Yards Charlton 22km.
Present Condition ( areas approx. ) 7 hectares lea to be direct drilled into 1st year swedes, 7 hectares ex 1st year swedes to kale, 7 hectares ex kale to rape, 8 hectares ex rape to new grass spring this season. Total 26 hectares red clover (13ha 1st year & 13ha 3rd year red clover). 7 hectares rape with balance in good quality permanent pasture. There is approximately 7 hectares ineffective tussock wetland/shelter trees.
Soil Types Predominantly Waikoikoi and Arthurton with a mix of Chatton, Jacobstown + Fleming.
Average RF 900-950mm.
Weeds & Pests Well maintained.
Subdivision ( No of Paddocks ) Main 51.
Holding 3.
Fencing 80 hectares deer fenced (21 paddocks). Includes deer yards.
Water Supply Glenkenich water scheme - 10 units. Troughs to all except five paddocks, natural to two. House water - water scheme.
Fertiliser Soil tests available. pH average 6; p average 41.
Supplement made on Farm All baleage made on farm with 150 bales being utilised normally on farm and a further 150 up to 200 bales transported to the Shingle Creek run.
Homestead 1950's brick, four bedroom plus office and games room home. Open plan kitchen/dining/living, combined bathroom and washhouse includes toilet and shower. Heated by wood burner, night store in hallway, underfloor and ceiling insulation.
Farm Buildings Three bay workshop, implement shed, three bay implement shed, large covered in yard, four bay hayshed with lean too. Three stand woolshed. Deer shed and yards, implement shed.
Yards Covered in sheep yards, cattle yards and deer yards.
Wintered Stock Numbers ( approx ) Currently 1,100 ewes; 280 hoggets; 400 1/2 bred winter lambs; 120 R1 cattle; 60 R2 bulls. Previously (40ha leased to adjoining dairy farmer) 900 ewes; 280 in lamb hoggets; 250 1/2 bred winter lambs (Oct/Nov kill); 200 R1 cattle all winter; 10 R2 bulls. 200 R2 bulls we're on till late April normally gone in January. January - 2,500 store lambs from weaning at Shingle Creek. No deer for two years.
TB Status CM.
Contour Description Easy rolling cultivable paddock.
Shelter Trees A well sheltered farm with numerous belts of various species planted strategically throughout the unit.
Trademe Pricing Method Price By Negotiation
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