Cultivate Agri Partnerships expands its regional footprint: Flora Vale

Post by 
Chris Simpson
Published 
September 1, 2019
C
ultivate Agri Partnerships has invested in the purchase of Flora Vale, a 1,200-acre property with significant water infrastructure. This recent acquisition means we now have a footprint spanning 3,000 acres across the Somerset region.

Located only 30 mins from Kilcoy and Toogoolawah sale yards and 90 mins to the Sunshine Coast and Brisbane, Flora Vale offers significant upside with 13 dams, 2 bores, a seasonal creek featuring a natural waterfall and water holes.

The Brigalow terrain provides fertile scrub and soi,l favourable to many grass species and native pastures. Cultivate Agri Partnerships has already commenced land improvement initiatives with the view of expanding and upscaling its herds to the property.

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