Bronton – a classic grazing property

Bronton in Chetwynd is a picturesque grazing property LOCATED on the Casterton-Edenhope Road in Chetwynd , Bronton, a classic grazing property.

Currently Bronton is used for fattening and backgrounding cattle as well as breeding prime lambs.

In early September this year sucker lambs were sold to the supermarket trade, illustrating the property’s winter carrying capabilities.

Ideally the property is suited to prime lambs, sheep and wool and cattle breeding and fattening.

Bronton is set up as a standalone farming unit or is alternatively suited for consolidation purposes.

The property is subdivided into 12 well fenced paddocks.

Farming improvements include a two stand G1 woolshed with the capacity for approximately 300 head as well as steel sheep yards.

Further features are the new post and rail cattle holding yards and ample hay and machinery shedding.

Bronton is set on gently undulating red gum country which is reliably watered by dams, spring and some Chetwynd river access.

Pastures consists of mainly phalaris with a clover base and some pasture recently sown.

The property furthermore boasts a three bedroom home with views over the Chetwynd village.

Selling agent, Andrew Dufty, said Bronton is an affordable and viable grazing property.

Expressions of interest close on November 7.

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