Ramah is located in the renowned and highly sought New England region of NSW. Ramah has been transformed by the current owners with an emphasis on maximising production. It is equally suitable for beef and sheep with a focus on beef production. Ramah is estimated to have a carrying capacity of approximately 7,000 Dry Sheep Equivalent (DSE).
Recent improvements include approximately 24 kilometres of fences and laneways to control and minimise stock movements with reduced labour inputs. The system has provided greater efficiencies and flexibility across the property.
Water has been improved with the addition of a reticulated water system which is backed up by the existing 35* dams, Georges Creek, Toms Creek and bores. 17* of the 27* paddocks have water access via the reticulated water system consisting of troughs, pipes and tanks.
A new bore, with a flow test of approximately 1.5 litres per second and powered by a Solar submersible pump, delivers water to a 250,000-litre header tank.
Accommodation on Ramah includes a comfortable five-bedroom brick veneer residence, which has a renovated kitchen and a second vintage cottage.
There are two separate machinery/storage sheds comprising a selection of lockable bays, sliding doors, concrete flooring and power connected.
Grain storage includes a 25* tonne and 20* tonne silo plus a small concrete floor bunker.
Cattle are processed in the modern steel cattle yards which have a cement race, undercover work area, vet crush (Ramage), suspended weighing system, curved race and separate calf race.
Sheep facilities consist of a 4-stand woolshed with undercover housing, sheep yards and undercover dual race.
50* tonnes of single superphosphate fertiliser (SSP) was applied for pasture top-dressing in 2018 to approximately 500 acres. It was applied via ground spreading; however, Ramah has an agricultural airstrip enabling aerial seeding or spraying if preferred.
Internal roads have been upgraded to ensure better access and safety with B-double truck access to the property via Tenterden, Briarbrook and Ramah Roads.
The Bureau of Meteorology (Tenterden - Balook) estimates that the annual rainfall is 849* millimetres.
Conveniently located only 42km* to Guyra, 79km* to Armidale and 96km* to Inverell.
For further details or to book an inspection please contact Richard or Simon.
Richard Royle: 0418 961 575
Simon Cudmore: 0433 160 413