Premium Dairy farm now affordable


6036 State Highway 12, Dargaville

Asking Price NZD $4,150,000 + GST (if any)

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Premium Dairy farm now affordable


With over 28 years of focus on soil-health and nutrition which has resulted in excellent pasture production and livestock performance, it's therefore a pleasure to take to the market this 166.9 hectare dairy farm that has been developed so efficiently to maximise production.

Located only 11km south of Dargaville on the main State Highway in kumara and dairy country, this farm boasts flat fertile land, with approximately 34 hectares tile drained and 5% of the farm easy to rolling.

The immaculate 38 aside herringbone cowshed containing Waikato plant with in-shed feed system forms the central hub of the farm from which the races radiate in three directions. The main support sheds include two 70m Aztec herd homes accommodating 450 cows, PKE bunker, a five bay calf shed, two hay barns and a further large five bay implement shed.

Currently milking 400 cows and converting from Autumn calving to Spring only, estimated production on the 166 hectares for the 2020/2021 season is 120,000kgMS 130,000kgMS and based on 800 -1,000kgMS per hectare.

Water is sourced from a large dam and pumped to three reservoirs, then gravity fed to troughs over the farm.

The effluent system comprises of one large pond with weeping wall and irrigated by way of travelling irrigator over approximately 25 paddocks.

Accommodation is impressive with the main residence boasting a spacious four bedroom home with internal double garage, surrounded by established gardens, deck and spa. Conveniently located to the cowshed is a very tidy single man quarters.

Vendor would entertain the option to sell as a Going Concern as stock and machinery available.

Don't hesitate as properties of this calibre are rare and seldom offered to the market.

6036 State Highway 12, Dargaville

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