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Cedarvale Road, Bell, QLD, 4408

Bell QLD 4408


BELMONT AGGREGATION, BELL QLD 1527.59 Ha | 3,775 Acres in 18 freehold lots Farming – Grazing, 3,714 SPU Piggery, Feedlot Potential

Positioned: 10km Bell, 50km Dalby, 65km Kingaroy, 122km Toowoomba

Facilities: Bitumen Road frontage, 3-day mail service, school bus at gate to year 10, bus service from Bell to Dalby schools.

Area: 1,527.59 Ha – 3,755 acres in 18 freehold lots

Rates: $6,225.82 ½ yearly

Country: Predominately Coolabah basalt grazing country carrying a large body of pasture being a mix of blue grass, Buffel, Kangaroo grass, barrier & numerous herbage grasses.

Cultivation: 390 Ha | 964 Acres of soft fertile dark brown to black soils which have grown numerous grain & forage crops.

Fallowed Country: 250 Ha | 617 Acres. 200 Ha | 494 Acres is planned to be planted to summer crops being Grain Sorghum, Millett & Mung Beans. Balance of 46 Ha | 114 Acres fallowed for Winter crops.

Water: 40 meg Intensive Livestock licence. Belmont Main bore is electrically equipped with a submersible pump pumping approximately 7,000 L/HR – 1,550 GPH. Water is pumped to numerous tanks with a 340,000 litre capacity at the piggery complex. Water can be transferred by pump from this point to 3 separate points with a storage capacity of 120,000 litres. Oak Tree Gully 3 x 25,000 litre poly tanks. Cedar View 2 bores. No.1 electrically equipped & submersible pumps delivering water to 2 stock troughs. 1 x stock dam, 1 x unequipped bore. Kurrabah 1 permanent spring that cattle can access, 1 semi-permanent spring and unequipped bore.

Fencing: Belmont & Kurrabah the owners have spent a considerable amount of money developing the properties fencing into 38 cell grazing paddocks ranging in size from 12 Ha to 30 Ha. Internal fencing is predominately hot wire.
Boundaries are split post & 4 barb in good condition. 4 laneways make stock movement from the paddocks to the 2 sets of cattle yards very user friendly for the stock & handlers. Cedar View is divided into 2 grazing & 3 cropping paddocks.

Yards: Belmont has a set of timber cattle yards which are positioned adjacent Doherty's Road. Cedar View has a set of steel cattle yards with all-weather access.

Homes: Kurrabah 4-bedroom timber home, Cedar View3-bedroom brick/ partly cladded home. Belmont 3-bedroom timber home with 3m demountable office & one 2-bedroom cottage.

Improvements: 35m x 13m 3-sided machinery shed with power & part concrete floor, 30m x 7m 3-sided machinery shed. 13m x 13m machinery shed with attached workshop with concrete floor & power.
Grain Storage: 5 x 130 tonne silos, 1 x 80 tonne silo, 3 x 13 tonne silos, 3 x 80 tonne silos (in need of repair).

Piggery Complex: Dry sow shed 46m x 18m, censor control curtains, 7 electronic sow feeders, auto feeding & water system.
2 Farrowing Sheds 7.5m x 34m insulated panel roofing, censor control side curtains. 7.5m x 23m insulated panel roofing, censor control side curtains. Both buildings have automatic curtains. 56 Farrowing crates.
2 Weaner sheds 7m x 23m, 1 x automatic feeding and curtains, 1 x manual feed.
2 Grower sheds 7m x 23m, automatic feeding and curtains.
2 Eco style finishing sheds 9m x 48m, automatic feeding and curtains.
AI Building 48m x 8m shed with insulated roof manual feed automatic feeding and curtains. Adjacent 5m x 12m office/staff amenities building this complex is in an isolated position to the main piggery complex as it is currently used as an AI Facility.

Possible Feedlot site subject to council approval: The above site of the AI complex if not warranted would make an excellent feedlot site as it is in an elevated private site with good set back from neighbouring homes & frontage to Doherty's Road. Along with having power (transformer positioned on site) and water connected.

Carbon Farming: Belmont and Kurrabah is developed for cell grazing. A large capital expenditure has been implemented allowing the new owner to take advantage of Carbon Credits in the future.

Remarks: After 149 years of family ownership the time has arrived for the owners to sell & peruse their new ventures. The sale of the Belmont Aggregation presents a unique opportunity to purchase a large property in 18 freehold lots with numerous cash flow ventures in place & the possibility to add a new venture subject council approval if required. The Belmont Aggregation is positioned for an exciting future.

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