Mike Clifton of Colliers is selling Fermoy and Nedgera together with Trewilga, a high-quality mixed farming aggregation totaling 50,627 acres, including approx. 28500 acres prime cultivation and further development potential with value upside. All properties enjoy an excellent reputation within the district not only for their low cost cropping, but also their outstanding livestock breeding and fattening capabilities.
The properties traverse the Nedgera and Mowlma creek floodplains and benefit enormously from the periodic flooding that is prevalent in this water system.
The soils are high quality self mulching grey soils typical of the region and renowned for there low cost prime hard wheat producing capabilities, as well as their livestock breeding and fattening reputation.
“This is one of the best offerings currently on the market in Northern NSW and is a wonderful opportunity to put together a large-scale, broad acre cropping property,” said Mike Clifton, Director, Agribusiness at Colliers International.
“Nedgera, Fermoy and Trewilga provide extraordinary scale, diversity and opportunity for further development and value-add in this renowned low-cost cropping region of central west NSW.”
Colliers anticipates the sales of Fermoy, Nedgera and Trewilga to be sold in line with the most recent district property sales.