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Gojanor is an excellent example of Moree plains cropping country with the added advantage of opportunity irrigation . It boasts fertile, manageable soils and the ability to summer and winter crop with close proximity to the grain receival depots of Gurley and Moree. Presently the cropping area is spray fallowed with an excellent profile of moisture ready for the 2018 winter crop planting. There has been 160kg/ha of urea applied to 458ha of the dryland area.
24 km south of Moree via the Newell Highway and then left down the Gurley Settlers Road.
709.64ha (1,753ac). Subject to survey.
Freehold. L142 DP751785
Gojanor is situated just south of Tycannah Creek in the Gurley district of NW NSW on what is predominately grey cracking clay soils.Timbers are mainly Belah, Myall and Box with the topography being flat open plains. The grazing area is all native pastures.
The breakup of the property is as follows;
Grazing,Storage & Channels
The irrigation country is divided into 3 fields and complemented by a 400 meg storage which has a 20" pump driven by a 211hp Cummins motor. Water allocation is calculated on a Harvestable Right Capacity. There are also 5 dams.
The boundary fence is mainly stock proof with some repairs to be addressed by the vendor.
There are two steel sheds with one of these suitable for header storage. The original homestead is in a dilapidated state and there are two silos in need of repair.
Steel and cable construction.
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