Just listed for sale is a property with a proud heritage which was once a well regarded Poll Hereford stud. The owners were dedicated to breeding quality stud cattle and were one of the first to use embryo transfer for this purpose. Their stud was so known that the nearby Tocal Agricultural College students and overseas visitors were regular visitors.
Always keen to improve the pasture they also helped pioneer rolling kikuyu grass into round bale silage and ensured the property was drought proof.
“This rare offering is one of the finest 100 acre parcels of land in the region with sweeping views and a location that is usually impossible to find,” said listing agent Rhonda Nyquist of PRD Hunter Valley.
Equally as impressive is the substantial brick homestead with the traditional bull nose verandah with wrought iron trim and French doors across the front of the home open out onto the verandah. Built to a high standard and superior quality, a labour of love by its owner in the late 80s…
Story: Marilyn Collins.