Property "GRASSTREE" consists of 107.7 hectares freehold divided into 4 paddocks and a forestry lease of 552.9 hectares. This block has a small set of panel yards, consisting of a main yard, forcing yard, race with head bale and permanent solid loading ramp and two side yards for drafting. There is a hay shed adjacent to the yards with 1,000 gallon rain water tank, connected to one trough adjacent to yards, tap at tank and tap in yards. Watered by 6 Dams and one bore (this 26 metre bore is positioned in Tea Tree Gully) The bore was test pumped by driller at 304 GPH and is excellent water quality. A Solar pump delivers water to a 10,000 gallon tank ( 200 GPH at the tank) on a hill to allow syphon feed of water troughs. An above ground pipe delivers bore water to the tank at the shed. Two dams water the National Park. All fencing is sound.
Improve pastures include Green Panic, Rhodes Grass, Buffel, Wynn Cassia, Fine stemmed Stylo, Purple Pidgeon Grass, Indian Blue Grass.
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