Situated on the Rangitikei river terraces, Sudbury is one of the most visually appealing dairy farms we have in the region.
The Ashhurst stony sandy loam and Tokorangi fine sandy loam soils are not typical of the wider district and sit in a quoted unique micro-climate that has seen two boutique vineyards establish close-by; overlay this with approximately 130 hectares of irrigation delivered via two centre pivots and some K-line and you have the ingredients of a highly productive unit.
Currently milking just over 600 cows via the 50 bail rotary shed with average production of just over 290,000kgMS; an added bonus, to provide versatility in your productive system, (and un-used by the current owners), is a covered feed-pad for up to 1,000 cows with concrete silage bunkers.
With three homes, including the main on an elevated spot, nestled on the edge of the 3ha bush block, the primary bus to Hunterville primary is just down the road.
With the immediate district a mix of cropping, livestock finishing and dairy farming, put this property on your list if a bit of x factor aesthetics is important within a productive farming operation.
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