2004 Rangers Valley Road, GLEN INNES, NSW, 2370
634 ha or 1566 acres
Roseneath is very well appointed and is situated approximately 33 kms from Glen Innes and only 6 kms from Rangers Valley Feedlot. The property is highly arable and provides a platform that can successfully cater for a range of livestock breeding and fattening enterprises as well as haymaking and grain cropping business models.
The improvements comprise a 4 bedroom, 2 bathrooms well presented main homestead that is set in an attractive well established country garden. The outbuildings comprise a well maintained 3 stand electric woolshed with significant undercover capacity with attached 3 bay machinery shed, older 3 bay stables with 2 bay shed, enclosed storage shed with skillion, silos.
Roseneath is well set up for the processing of freighting of livestock, catering for all weather B-double access. The main cattleyards are an all steel design offering a drafting pound; curved race and undercover vet crush all on concrete. The weaning yards are equipped with trough water.
There are 2 sets of sheep yards that are well located and provide significant sheep handling capacity. Both yards have undercover races.
Roseneath offers a granite soil type with a very strong fertiliser history. The soil test results reflect the current owners' long standing commitment to fertiliser inputs. Significant quantities of Rangers Valley feedlot manure have been applied over many years.
The renovated pastures feature well established tall fescue with herbs and clovers. There are 4 paddocks developed with established lucerne and select paddocks recently sown with annual oats.
Roseneath benefits from an average annual rainfall of approximately 800 mm per annum. Stock water is supplied via a modern reticulation system. A solar pump services water from a storage dam to a 120,000 litre header tank which reticulates to concrete stock troughs. In addition there are numerous stock watering dams.
The property is well fenced and divided into 36 main paddocks. The paddock design is considered ideal to cater for rotational grazing and cropping production models. The current owners have invested in and developed many fenced tree lanes which now serve as established wind breaks and offer shade to many paddocks.
Roseneath is a highly productive New England grazing and farming property. The fertiliser history and ongoing pasture and cropping development on Roseneath will enable the new owners the opportunity to harness the immediate benefits of a high yielding farm.