Modern, Productive And Efficient
Web Reference: SWI2163
330 Channel Road, Tussock Creek, Central Southland
Offers Over $3,500,000 CONSIDERED
- 330 Channel Road, Tussock Creek
Situated within close proximity to Invercargill and Winton is this reliable and modern dairy farm converted to a high level in 2013 by the current vendors.
The centralised infrastructure including an efficient 36 aside herringbone cowshed with ACR's and in shed feeding plus an adjacent calving barn and calf shed allows for care of management and minimal staffing. The home comforts are taken care of with the large and well appointed four bedroom family home built in 2007 with an aesthetic native bush back drop supported by the north facing fully self contained cottage.
300 cow consent with three year production average of 134,000kg MS, will average farm working
expenses last three years of $3.07 per kg milk solid.
If consistency and profitability are your focus inspection is highly recommended by the vendors agents.
Offers over $3,500,000 + gst (if any) will be considered.
|Land Area||101.3698 hectare|
|Nearest Town||Winton 23km, Invercargill 29km.|
|Primary School||Hedgehope 8.2km.|
|Primary School Bus||At gate.|
|Secondary School Bus||Start of Channel Road.|
|Dairy Co||Open Country Dairy.|
|Present Condition ( areas approx. )||4.04 hectares first crop swedes, 4.03 hectares ex crop to new grass with balance in good young pastures.|
|Soil Types||Pukemutu, Makarewa and Hedgehope.|
|Subdivision ( No of Paddocks ) Main||26.|
|Holding||Mostly 4ha paddocks.|
|Fencing||Majority new fencing to a good standard.|
|Water Supply||40mm loop line, mostly two troughs per paddock. Salt iron filtration system with dosatron. Bore 15 metres deep with a 100mm diameter.|
|Fertiliser||As per Ballance recommendations, soil tests on file for winter 2019.|
|Supplements||1800kg per hectare of pasture cover and 100 bales of quality milking baleage for the spring.|
|Supplement made on Farm||An average of 150 bales made on farm.|
|Homestead||Large family home built in 2007 with coloursteel roof comprising four bedrooms (master with ensuite), office, open plan kitchen, living and dining areas, two heatpumps, free standing Masport multifuel fire, double glazing, underfloor heating in bathroom and kitchen. Spa bath, vacuum system plus an attached double garage. Situated in a sheltered location over looking the farm.|
|Other Homes||Fully self contained two bedroom versatile cottage built 2005.|
|Farm Buildings||36 aside herringbone cowshed built 2013 with Westfalia plant, ACR's, Easy start vacuum pump, in shed meal feeding, rectangular yard for 400 cows with double side feed strip and backing gate. Gable roof 15m x 36m shed located close to the dairy shed utilised as calving shed/calving barn with water and power and two bay implement shed with concrete floor.|
|Comments||Very profitable farming operation with the following financial numbers supplied by the vendors accountant. Total farm working expenses (excluding interest and depreciation): 2017: $325,035 2018: $442,154 2019: $472,972 Milk Solids: 2017: 126,773kg MS 2018: 137,558kg MS 2019: 137,801kg MS Farm expenses per milk solids: 2017: 2.56 2018: 3.21 2019: 3.43 *Farm working expenses includes wages paid of $39,133 (2019), $33,923 (2018) and $19,680 (2017).|
|Yards||Separate cattle yards with loading ramp.|
|Wintered Stock Numbers ( approx )||Cows are wintered off farm for 5-6 weeks, balance of winter they are at home.|
|Production||2019/20 YTD: As at 24th February, 99,382kg MS, 2.38% ahead of last season. 268 cows peak milked; 2018/19: 260 cows peak milked, 137,802kg MS. 2017/18: 280 cows peak milked, 137,558kg MS; and 2016/17: 250 cows peak milked, 126,775kg MS.|
|Effluent||Two weeping walls to holding pond with liner, 90 day storage with stirrer, two lines of pods.|
|Consent - Water||36,000 litres - Expires 14 March 2023.|
|Trademe Pricing Method||Enquiries Over|