"Narrogin Road," Cuballing WA
‘Mannsfield’ was first taken up in 1908 by the Mann family and facing hardship left in 1928. The place was abandoned until after the Second World War by the Hunter family who cleared it over a number of years and subsidised their income making axes handles out of mallet The mallet handle business grew and the farming land left idle for a number of years. The current owners bought the property in 2005 and now have the land back into high production achieving above average yields within the district.
This property has been subdivided into ‘Mannsfield’ and “Villa Bellevue” Homestead both of which are on the market.
Total area of ‘Mannsfield’ is 152 Hectares and “Villa Bellevue” Homestead Block is 21.7 Hectares subject to final subdivision survey.
The Blocks 85 Ha of cropping land is being run under a high production cropping system, achieving annual yields of up to 2.3 t/ha of canola, 5.6 t/ha of oats and 4.6 t/ha of barley.
2 t/ha of Lime has been applied 3 times since 2015. Total fertiliser applied per annum has been up to 480 kg/ha of product.
Soils are 50% medium and 50% lighter, being sand and loam over gravel over clay.
Original vegetation consists of red gum, white gum and mallet.
‘Mannsfield’ represents the opportunity to purchase a highly productive add-on.