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‘Bylong Station’ is a truly unique large scale cattle breeding and fattening lease opportunity, located in the renowned Bylong Valley in the upper hunter Region of New South Wales. Opportunities of this scale, quality and reliability are rare particularly in New South Wales.

The production of free-range grass-fed beef is well regarded by discerning customers across many markets. This is complimented by the lucrative production of commercial irrigated lucerne, cereal crops and a pasture, making it a perfect blend of mixed income streams. The owner is offering an initial 3 to 5-year lease with a
possible extension to be reviewed in January 2026, six months prior to the end of the initial term.

Production capacity is based on carrying a maximum of 2650 breeding cows, their followers and replacements, plus additional hay production.

This outstanding property provides compelling features, including:
• One of the largest cattle breeding and hay production lease opportunities in New South Wales.
• Covering 10,310ha or approx. 25,476 acres of prime grazing and irrigated land.
• The highest and best pastoral use is for the breeding and back grounding of beef cattle for both the feedlot feed-on or grass-fed domestic markets.
• Designated carrying capacity of 2650 breeding cows, replacements and followers taking progeny through to feeder and export slaughter weights or dry cattle equivalent.
• Large scale irrigated Lucerne, cereal and pasture production covering potentially 220ha
• 11 WAL's total allocation comprises 3,045ML water entitlements.
• Abundant stock and domestic water supplied by semi-permanent creeks, dams and numerous wells supporting independent reticulation schemes throughout the aggregation.
• Excellent infrastructure including housing, shedding and strategically located cattle yards throughout.
• The aggregation boasts an excellent internal public road system throughout, providing quick and easy access and all weather roads for livestock transportation.
• The cattle operation can be effectively managed by one manager and two permanent station hands, plus an additional experienced hay and irrigation expert.
• Excellent management in place (over 7 years) with intricate knowledge of the property, water systems etc.

Expressions of Interest close on the 16th June 2021.