Tuesday, December 6, 2022

Buyers expand with Yanna Station

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The 21,124-hectare Yanna Station in south western Queensland has sold for $7.31 million to Michael and Tracey Flynn from Valera Vale, who are expanding their operations.

The buyers run a core stud herd of 1,200 Droughtmasters on properties at Milbong, Munbilla and Mt Mort, and between 3,000 and 4,000 stud and commercial Droughtmasters at Valera Vale.

Yanna is a productive breeding, growing and fattening operation and features Warrego River frontage, open plains, flooded flats, channels, sand ridge buffel and gidgee, and edible mulga.

It is watered by 13 kilometres of frontage to the Warrego River, seasonal lagoons, and three artesian bores piped to 12 tanks and over 60 troughs.

Keith Richardson of Elders managed the sale, which included working plant and a 200 megalitre irrigation licence from the Warrego River Murweh waterhole.



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