Morwenstow heads to auction

Glenmorgan: Morwenstow heads to auction

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The 2678 hectare Glenmorgan property Morwenstow will be auctioned in Toowoomba on March 20.

The 2678 hectare Glenmorgan property Morwenstow will be auctioned in Toowoomba on March 20.

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The 2678 hectare Glenmorgan property Morwenstow will be auctioned in Toowoomba on March 20.

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WELL positioned western downs property Morwenstow is on the market, to be auctioned by Ruralco Property, GDL Real Estate in Toowoomba on March 20.

Located on the Surat Development Road 7km east of Glenmorgan, the 2678 hectare (6616 acres) property is in two freehold titles and has been divided into 11 paddocks.

Morwenstow is described as having mainly quality, soft brigalow, belah country running into portions of melon hole country. There is a mixture of brown to grey clay soil types with a portion of lighter red soils where Buffel grows prolifically in normal seasons.

There is a good variety of natural and introduced grasses on Morwenstow.

There is a good variety of natural and introduced grasses on Morwenstow.

There is also a good variety of natural and introduced grasses include, Queensland blue grass, bambatsi, Gatton panic, Rhodes, creeping blue grass, Buffel, Silk, medics and clovers in season.

Currently there is 596ha (1470 acres) of cultivation country utilised for grain and fodder crops. The is also 250ha of old cultivation country that has been returned to pasture.

The entire property has been developed with the exceptions of shade lines, providing good sheltered areas for stock. A PMAV is in place.

Morwenstow has 596 hectares of cultivation country utilised for grain and fodder crops.

Morwenstow has 596 hectares of cultivation country utilised for grain and fodder crops.

The main source of water is a bore, supplying an 18 trough network. Additional water supply includes three dams, Pongi Creek and melon holes in normal seasons.

There is a built up wet weather gravel access to the cattle yards. The yards have a seven way draft, crush, calf branding cradle, loading ramp, and cooler yard.

Other improvements include a steel frame shed, which can be used as accommodation with shower, toilet and lights.

Marketing agent Russell Jorgensen, Ruralco Property, GDL Real Estate, said Morwenstow was a sustainable and productive operation that is well located with good access, boasts secure water supply and is regarded a great performer in the district.

"Morwenstow is well positioned to major cattle selling centres, feedlots and grain depots," Mr Jorgensen said. "It has a bitumen frontage and is 152km from Roma and 167km from Dalby."

Contact Russell Jorgensen, 0428 880 411, Ruralco Property, GDL Real Estate.

The story Morwenstow heads to auction first appeared on Queensland Country Life.

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