Prime beef property on market

Keelangie in Berringama is suitable as a beef and prime lamb enterprise.SITUATED just off the Murray Valley Highway is this broad acre livestock property in Berringama, currently for sale through Brian Unthank Real Estate.
Nanjing Night Net

Keelangie is run as a beef operation and the current owners run a 450 Angus cow breeding herd.

The progeny are then grown out to feedlot entry weight.

Selling agent, David Gittoes said the property also lends itself to a major fat lamb enterprise or a mixture of both.

The Keelangie homestead is set amongst gardens with spectacular views of the property.

The home features five bedrooms, a formal lounge and dining room as well as four open fire places.

The kitchen and bathroom have both been recently renovated.

Adjacent to the homestead is fully contained guest accommodation.

Keelangie offers well balanced country ranging from alluvial creek flats to red loam undulation to red granite low hill grazing.

Over the years there have been a number of tree plantations on the property.

Pastures have been renovated and feature phalaris, perennial rye grass and sub and white clover varieties.

Keelangie boasts good steal fencing with electric fencing for 27 kilometres.

Three permanent creek systems are located on the property as well as freshwater storage for the home and garden usage.

Some of the working improvements which have occurred include a three stand electric woolshed, adjoining sheep yards and loading ramp, two sets of cattle yards, two hay sheds and a machinery shed.

Mr Gittoes said no expense had been spared in the development of the property.

“Keelangie is a sustainable and reliable livestock property that has consistently produced excellent returns,” he said.

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