Prime Location – Plenty of Options


Property I.D.: RAL682
Land Area: 64.8 hectares
District: Waikato
Nearest Town: Te Awamutu
Address: 2310 Cambridge Road

Additional Features:

Located on the outskirts of Te Awamutu on Cambridge Road, this 64.8 hectare (subject to survey) dairy farm is a must see. Whether you want to keep it all in dairy, diversify into Kiwi fruit or horses, the possibilities are numerous. Contour couldn’t be better with flat to gently rolling land falling generally to the North and the fertile ash soils keep the grass growing year round.

  • Milking 265 cows and averaging 97,000 kgMS over the past three seasons with some inputs.
  • The farm layout supports those seeking a profitable, highly productive farm including a 2012 built 30 ASHB shed, complete with Protrack auto drafting, auto plant wash, cup removers, 1.3m litre lined effluent pond, concrete silage and feed bunkers and a 270 cow feed pad.
  • Additionally, there is ample shed space for calf rearing and machinery storage with a 9 bay O’Neil Engineering barn. Great races service all paddocks with excellent subdivision.
  • The farm water is sourced from the on farm deep bore, pumped to a tank and supplied to the farm via the pressure pump.
  • The Location couldn’t be better, less than 7 km to Te Awamutu and only 19 km to Cambridge.
  • This property is being sold without a house so you will have the opportunity to build your dream home.
  • The modern and well maintained improvements and the great infrastructure on this farm make for an exciting opportunity, providing plenty of options for first farm buyers and existing farmers alike.




About David McGuire

Mobile 027 472 2572
Office 07 883 1195

Over the last 20 years David has been a dairy farmer and dairy farm consultant. He still has responsibilities to farm consultancy which leads to many opportunities to assist with the buying and selling of property.
David is extremely knowledgeable and up to date with the rural, lifestyle and residential property markets

After work: David volunteers with junior rugby in Te Awamutu. He enjoys going hunting and fishing with his family of four children. Competing in adventure races is also considered down time for David.