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If the chatter around your place has been “will we sell?” or “shall we wait?”, then jump off the fence and be part of Bayleys’ next Country magazine – there’s no time like the present to secure your future. Planning for the eagerly-awaited Spring edition of Country is underway now. Country magazine has given owners of rural New Zealand property the opportunity to access motivated and serious buyers for almost 20 years. It’s a proven way to get in front of the market and to tap into Bayleys’ extensive local, national and international databases at the same time. Our rural sales team is hard-wired to do the ground work for you – that’s why Bayleys is recognised as New Zealand’s number one rural brand. So talk to your local Bayleys office today and lock in your Country spot now.

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WALCHA DAIRY, NSW 626ha opportunity awaits

Targeted to supply profitable northern liquid milk market • • • • • •

World class dairy on the NSW Northern Tablelands Producing over 7.3 million lts milk FY16/17, & over 7 million lts FY17/18 MS 533,000kg FY16/17 & MS $8.40/kg to May 31st FY17/18. Milk income 64 CPL to May 31st FY17/18 Additional milk payments in July/August approx. 4.3 CPL & $0.54/kg MS. Significant NSW production and freight competitive advantages with Full management team in place Walcha Dairy is a true industry leader, making use of the latest technology and management practices to allow for the greatest productivity to be achieved.

Roderick Wyllie 0427 377 513 Roderick@protam.com.au

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FARMERS WEEKLY – August 13, 2018

THE DESTINATION FOR RURAL REAL ESTATE

Land is the biggest asset to any farming business so it pays to stay up to date with the market. Connect with the right audience at

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Keep your stock moving With our experienced agribusiness team For more information about our Agribusiness real estate transactions, valuations or advisory services, visit www.cbre.co.nz

FOR SALE

FOR SALE

FERNHILL FOREST LAND HILLSIDE ROAD, Porirua

ARANGA QUARRY HOOD ROAD, Kaipara

FORESTRY LAND 37KM TO CENTREPORT For the astute purchaser, the land under Fernhill Forest provides a unique opportunity to acquire a significant land holding only 37km from CentrePort. The lower slopes already have roading and skids sites in place, with 82ha replanted in 2014. A Cutting Right is being retained across the balance of the crop through to 2022 following which the successful purchaser will assume ownership of substantial additional roading and infrastructure. The underlying land potential and proximity to Wellington helps underpin the investment attributes.

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IMMEDIATE RESOURCE OR PASSIVE INVESTMENT SMALL-SCALE PRODUCTIVE QUARRY On behalf of NZTA, CBRE Agribusiness offers a rare opportunity to purchase a small-scale but productive operational quarry.

+ 18.6225ha* freehold title

+ 82ha in 4 year old Radiata

+ Vacant possession or potential long-term lease With proven records of extraction servicing a range to existing operator of agricultural and roading contractors and + Surplus to NZTA requirements substantial remaining resource, this will suit either + Rateable Value $230,000 active owner operators, or passive investors with the current multinational operator prepared to enter into a long-term lease.

FOR SALE $1.6m (plus GST if any)

Contact CBRE today for detailed information or a confidential discussion.

FOR SALE BY TENDER Closing Friday 14 September 2018 at 4.00pm

+ 381.52ha freehold land + 37km to CentrePort + First and second rotation forest land + 282.3ha productive area

JEREMY KEATING 021 461 210

WYATT JOHNSTON 027 8151 303

+ Historic extraction data available

WYATT JOHNSTON 027 8151 303

JEREMY KEATING 021 461 210

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FOR SALE INGHAMS PORTFOLIO Matamata, Waitoa and Putaruru

LONG LEASE INGHAM ASSETS CBRE as the exclusive agent is offering the opportunity to acquire the Freehold Interest in six facilities leased to Inghams including the Hatchery, Processing Plant and Breeder Farms in New Zealand. Inghams is a long-running firm and one of the leading producers of poultry products across Australia and New Zealand. + Net annual rental of approximately $5.8 million + Long WALE of 21 years + Strong international covenant + ASX Listed parent company + Multiple further lease renewal options

DEADLINE PRIVATE TREATY Closing Thursday 13 September 2018 at 4:00pm*

CONTACT US JEREMY KEATING 021 461 210

MARK MAGINNESS 021 904 456

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Flaxmill Avocados 1047M Purangi Road Flaxmill Avocados. The best and largest orchard to be presented to the market for quite some time. A true trophy property. 14.8 hectares with 11 can ha and around 1100 x 16 year old Hass avocado trees carrying a great crop. Around 30,000 trays of fruit hanging ready for harvest. All the machinery and the crop are included in the sale. The manager of 16 years wishes to stay on in the cottage and says the orchard is still improving. Job done! This location is life at its best. The district is trendy; Flaxmill Bay, Ferry Landing, Cooks Beach and a five minute ferry ride to thriving Whitianga. The demand for avocado as a superfood is increasing rapidly worldwide. This is an industry on the up! I would love to send you more info and show you around on one of the three open days as advertised. Location - tick, size - tick, crop - tick, fully managed - tick. Contact me to be in. An absolute winner! pggwre.co.nz/TAR28700

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TENDER (Unless Sold By Private Treaty) Closes 4.00pm, Tuesday, 11 September VIEW 11.00-12.00pm, Wed, 15 August 11.00-12.00pm, Wed, 22 August Andrew Fowler B 07 571 5797 | M 027 275 2244 afowler@pggwrightson.co.nz

Just Released

Dairy Property Market Challenged Reviewing the 2017/18 year in rural property, the high level of sales activity during May and June is unusual, bucking traditional trends, and indicating increased listings on the market in late winter and early spring. Mycoplasma bovis and changes to overseas ownership regulations are the major current influences on dairy investment decisions, and are holding the rural property market’s most significant sector in check. However, farmers able to rationalise them will be well placed to make the most of this season’s positive payout forecast. Mycoplasma bovis is taking a psychological and financial toll on any farmer whose animals are infected. Several are banking their compensation,

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settling up and ending their farming careers. In addition, the outbreak is also affecting the wider rural property market, initially where the incursion is already detected, though eventually flowing through to other regions. Farmers now have a compelling incentive to make themselves selfsufficient. In affected regions, demand for smaller blocks and grazing farms has therefore risen sharply. As farmers seek to maintain herds without sending stock out to other properties,

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