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FULLY DEVELOPED BROADACRE FARMING OPERATION
finally a grain farm where the numbers add up!
- 23,508 tonnes of grain was harvested in 2010
- This year - 7,568 ha of standing crops, with the prospects looking bright
- Consistent wheat competition winners
The Eulandool Aggregation includes approximately 8,290ha (20,485 acres) of dynamic, professionally developed and managed, low cost, dryland broadacre farming country.
14,569 hectares (approx. 36,000 acres)
60kms north-west of Condobolin, 230kms from Dubbo city and 260kms from Orange city.
60km from Forbes and Parkes - regular daily air services to/from Parkes. Grain receivals at Condobolin.
Approximately 8,290 ha (20,485 acres) of broadacre farming country, 4,000 ha (10,000 acres)
of natural grazing country, the balance timbered low hill country.
Soils are mainly rich alluvial and soft red sandy loams, with some ridge country on the low hills.
Native timbers include: Kurrajong, Pine, Coolabah, Rosewood and Mallee.
Fencing & Paddocks
Mainly large, developed, farming paddocks, plus grazing subdivisions.
70kms of new Weston’s fencing in the past four years, 30km boundary electrified.
Water & Rainfall
Rainfall: approx. 410mm per annum. Management believes that, given normal growing seasons, and with current farming practices, they require 310mm to grow a 2.4 tonne per hectare crop in this district.
Well watered - two semi-permanent creeks, large ‘on farm’ storage, and catchment dams.
Licensed allocation reticulated throughout, from adjoining Tallenbung Dam.
Winner of the Condobolin District wheat competition on many occasions, Eulandool has been
professionally improved and farmed, using the latest in technology and agronomy, including
a MINIMUM - TILL farming practice.
In 2010, in excess of 23,500 tonnes of wheat, canola and chick peas was harvested
and this year 7,568 hectares is sown to crop including wheat (4,143 ha), barley (1,653 ha)
and Kabuli chick peas (1,790 ha).
Property Vegetation Plans (PVP’s)
There are two approved, current PVP’s which have allowed for:-
- the development of farming lands with the removal of all scattered timber and levelling
- clearing of invasive native scrub – providing a further 900 hectares of cultivation
The grazing country is ideal for both sheep and cattle.
- Eulandool homestead – large 7 bedroom w/b home, in established gardens
- Colindale homestead – renovated 4 bedroom home
- Two 3 bedroom staff cottages
- Two large machinery sheds/workshop (90ft x 90ft, 90ft x 30ft)
- 3,000 tonne grain storage - with grain shed and silos
- 3 stand woolshed and yards
- Cattle yards
- Airstrip – 1,100m
- ‘Quick fill’ water stations throughout