“Kara’s next owners have plenty of flexibility in their production options, as the farm is 100 per cent arable and suited to vegetable, lucerne, cereal, oil seed and pulse production,” Mr Keefe said.
“The area also provides an excellent climate for hay and seed production. Kara is currently used as an ideal feed factory to fatten prime lambs. The property produces fantastic crops in rotation of cereals, canola and pulse crops. While lucerne for livestock finishing and hay production have been the owners’ main focus.”
The property will be sold with the current crops, which will be farmed until the sale and include irrigated lucerne and irrigated sorghum.
“All working improvements present in very good condition, including three large hay sheds, one large machinery shed, 70 tonne grain storage, a two-stand shearing shed and steel sheep yards for around 2,000 head as well as basic working, steel cattle yards with a loading ramp,” Mr Keefe said.
The dwelling onsite is a basic cottage, run on rain water, that currently provides a rental income for the owners.