THE KAIUROO AGGREGATION HAS A TOTAL AREA OF APPROXIMATELY
27,879 HECTARES AND CONSISTS OF FOUR CONTIGUOUS PROPERTIES
Located approximately 85km north of Dingo and 235km west of Rockhampton.
Access via Willie Creek Road, approx. 49 km north of Dingo, turn right onto Willie Creek Rd at the Big Bend sign.
Floodplains of the Mackenzie River have been replenished over the decades with layers of silt from the floods
These extremely fertile, self-mulching deep alluvial clays make up over 4,000 HA of the aggregation.
Organic certification is through ACO Certification Ltd and covers certifications in accordance with Australian Certified Organic Standard, Australian National Standard for Organic and US National Organic Program.
The ‘Kaiuroo Aggregation’ is a mixed cropping operation featuring winter and summer crops. Historically the aggregation has grown wheat, sorghum and chickpeas. The country is also very suitable for growing corn and other silage crops.
Cropping land totals 3,656 ha of dryland and 1,696 ha of irrigated cropping.
Wheat, barley and chickpeas.
Grain sorghum and mung beans.
Grain handling facilities
The aggregation features ease of delivery with local grain handling facilities located at Dingo, Emerald, Capella, Gindie and Springsure.
Improved pastures can be used as a value add to aggregation cattle or a good cash business.