The 670-hectare mixed farm Yamminga Aggregation has been sold for between $9.5 million to $10 million to a family operating a farming, livestock breeding and finishing business in the NSW south west slopes region.
The hay producing, lamb fattening and breeding, and cropping property has 325 hectares developed for border check flood irrigation and more than 200 hectares of river and creek seepage flats, and a 9.5 km frontage to the Lachlan River. It has a 2091 megalitre irrigation water entitlement, two river pumps, and troughs and tanks, and is protected by a licenced levee system.
Yamminga currently carries between 1,000 and 1,500 breeding ewes and progeny together with mixed farming enterprise.
It was offered a whole or as four separate parcels via an expressions of interest campaign.
Gary Johnston from Johnston Rural Group received interest from corporates to family farmers.
The property dates back to the early 1800s, when it formed part of James Collits’ Carrawobitty Estate. Some 2,500 hectares was used for soldier settlement following World War 2.