35 and 89 Norfolk Road, Norfolk Strong Dairy Country Opportunity

Inglewood Dairy Country Opportunity Located at 35 Norfolk Road, Inglewood is this superb 102.7 ha Inglewood dairy farm. Situated on the corner of SH3 and Norfolk Road this farm represents an excellent dairy farming opportunity. Having been in the family for a number of generations, this farm is a rare opportunity to the market. The land is flat to gently sloping and has an excellent race system with a ring race allowing for easy walking distances and times to the cowshed. Complimenting this farm is a well maintained 30 a-side herringbone cowshed and a good standard of support buildings. The farm has an underpass which links the main title to the cowshed with the homestead across the road and a short distance from the cowshed. The home is a four-bedroom modernised, two-bathroom open plan living with deck and BBQ area. This farm is well fenced, has two reliable water sources, its own metal pit and there is also the potential opportunity to lease the neighbouring 24-hectare property on a year-by-year basis. This fantastic opportunity has mountain and rural views and being located so close to town will attract many interested parties. An opportunity worth your inspection. 102.676 ha 320 30 a/s HB 107,783 kgMS ha FIND ME ONLINE SCAN HERE TO VIEW MORE PROPERTY INFORMATION kgMS

Location 35 and 89 Norfolk Road, Norfolk Land Area Available to purchase 102.676 hectares Production 2022-2023 108,290 kgMS 2021-2022 99,968 kgMS 2020-2021 115,093 kgMS Rates $17,924.87 across the entire 127 hectares. Due to a recent sub-division the rates will apportioned by the New Plymouth District Council at the next renewal date. Schooling The property is located across the road from the Norfolk Primary School. Further primary and secondary schooling is available in Inglewood and New Plymouth. There is an opportunity to use school bus routes. Cell Phone Tower A new cell phone tower is to be installed along SH3 away from the home and a formal lease will be supplied upon its availability. Contour This farm is mostly flat to gently rolling land. It is divided by some small creeks and has a metal pit. Property Information Soil Type Soil’s structure is made up of Inglewood coarse sandy loam and some Stratford sand. Layout Being divided by the Norfolk Road the cowshed and approximately 5.2 hectares of land sit on the northern side with the home and the majority of the grazing land on the southern side. There is a wide metalled ring race connecting to the underpass. Paddocks are easily accessed off the races. Water Supply There are two water supplies on farm, the top of the farm system supplies the water troughs through a mixture of 38 and 32mm alkathene pping. There are mostly two troughs in each paddock. The other system supplies the cowshed and the house outside taps. Water to the home is collected from the roof into two water tanks and pumped directly from there. Effluent The consent allows for discahrge to paddock across an area of no less than 13.6 hectares between June and May. The maximum number of cows is not to exceed 340. There are three holding ponds with a fourth overflow pond and a rain diverter in place. The contract milker’s routine is to have a contractor empty the ponds annually.

Dwelling Home is a weatherboard 4-bedroom that has been modernised and includes an ensuite, modern kitchen, open plan living with good sized deck. The windows and doors were upgraded to double glazing. Heating includes 2 x fires (one with oven capacity), radiators, and a heat pump. The heat pump is owned by the contract milker and will need to be negotiated separately. Fertiliser It has been the policy to apply fertiliser from Ballance as per the annual fertiliser recommendation. Features • 102.6 hectares • Mostly flat country • Good infrastructure • Opportunity to lease a further 24 hectares • Sound housing • Excellent location • Metal pit on farm • Primary schooling across the road Tenders Closing 4pm, Thursday 14 December 2023 (Unless Sold Prior) McDonald Real Estate, Inglewood office 58 Rata Street, Inglewood 4330 Supplement Made on Farm The policy of the vendors on an average season is to harvest on farm a minimum of 250 bales of hay and silage mixture (hay being size 15s and silage 10s). If the farming season did not allow for this, they would purchase the feed required to make up the numbers. Also, as an insurance policy towards the potential of a dry summer. The vendors annually purchased a first cut of silage from the local contractors of 50 bales. If this was not required, they would carry this over into the coming winter. Stock Over recent years the contract milker has farmed an average of 320 dairy cows across the entire 127 hectares. In-calf heifers are grazed off farm with approximately 50 weaner calves farmed on until May. Farm Buildings • 30 aside herringbone cowshed • Three haybarns • 1 long single bay shed • 1 calf shed • Separate stock yard • Underpass Fencing Boundary fences are a mixture of seven wire post and batten with some Barberry hedging. A fair number of the internal fencing is also seven wire post and batten, and the remainder are three wire electric. All information contained herein is gathered from sources we believe to be reliable. However, we cannot guarantee it is accurate and interested parties should complete their own due diligence. Image was not taken from the subject property Tender

Any interest in this property should be registered with the Client’s Agency. Contents of the proposal do not form part of a contract. While care has been taken in their preparation, no responsibility is accepted for the accuracy of the whole or any part and interested persons are advised to make their own enquiries and satisfy themselves in all respects. Dan Butler Rural Sales 027 328 8537 See more of what our clients say about me on our team page at “Dan & Ben were great to deal with, listened to our aspirations and worked hard through the whole sale process to achieve our desired outcome.” These are just some of the many organisations, schools, sports teams and clubs we support. Helping Taranaki Communities for over 100 Years.