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Details: Grazing property made up of 388 hectares at
Chetwynd, 30 kilometres south of Edenhope.
Address: 3808 Casterton-Edenhope Road, Chetwynd.
Expressions of interest: Close Monday, November 7.
Agent: Charles Stewart Western Victoria --- Andrew
Dufty 0419 842 929, Nick Adamson 0418 571 589.
AT A GLANCE
TOP: The property has 12 well-fenced paddocks and would suit a number of different
ABOVE: The farm has a wool shed with a capacity for about 300 sheep.
Viable grazing property
A GRAZING property at Chetwynd, 30
kilometres south of Edenhope and 45
kilometres north of Casterton, is ideally
suited for both prime lambs and wool
sheep, as well as for cattle breeding
The 388-hectare (956-acre) property,
located at 3808 Casterton-Edenhope
Road, is set up as a stand-alone farm-
ing unit, but would also be suitable for
Bronton boasts a three-bedroom home
that has two living areas and looks east
over Chetwynd village.
The farm has a two stand GI woolshed
with a capacity for about 300 head, as
well as steel sheep yards.
New post and rail cattle holding yards
are a feature and there is ample hay
and machinery shedding.
The picturesque, gently undulating
red gum country is watered by a dam,
which is partly reticulated to troughs,
as well as springs with some Chetwynd
Bronton is subdivided into 12 well-
fenced paddocks and is considered to
be in a 625 to 650-millimetre rainfall
Pastures consist of mainly phalaris,
with a clover base, with some new
pastures recently sown.
The property is currently being used
for fattening and backgrounding cattle
as well as breeding prime lambs.
Sucker lambs were sold to the su-
permarket trade in September, which
is indicative of the property's winter
The property, which is on two titles,
is being sold by expression of interests,
which close on Monday, November 7.
Charles Stewart Western Victoria can
provide more information.
By MONIQUE PATTERSON
dairying in the South West
Dairying is the heart of South-west Victoria's economy.
The Standard, together with The Moyne Gazette is again aiming to
provide dairy farmers with the latest information on how they can
improve the output of their livestock.
If your company provides products and services to the dairying
industry then our Dairying in the South-west feature is an ideal way
to promote to our readers what you have to offer.
Booking Deadline: Wednesday 19th October 2011
Published: On the Land, The Standard and
The Moyne Gazette: Thursday 27th October 2011
To fi nd out more about this
feature or to place your
booking, please contact:
Ph: (03) 5563 1897
Shop 3, 5 Curdievale Road Timboon
Web ID: 1857106
Contact: David Steel 0418 661 637
• Renovated Laundrette with quality fixtures
• 5 Washing machines, 1 Large Commercial washer
• 6x14 kg Dryers
• Installed Security system
• Self locking door
• Open 7 days a week (6am-11pm)
Unit 1/12 MOORE STREET
SUPER NEAT 2BR UNIT
5 MINS TO GATEWAY PLAZA
Great location - has lock-up garage,
landscaped backyard, very spacious with big
kitchen, separate lounge, gas central heating,
bus stop out front to CBD, ready to move into,
inspect today. $295,000
24-26 HIDER STREET
Just around the corner from the new Southwest
Healthcare. Two for the price of one. 2 x 2
bedroom home. Good original condition. Land
area 760m2. Rear laneway access.
Ripe to renovated.
PLENTY OF FURTHER POTENTIAL
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