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Western NSW pastoral land worth $30m changes hands | The Land

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More than $30 million worth of rural property has changed hands in western NSW over the past three months.

Nimagee Station, Staniford’s Station, and Yara and Killarnie Station, have all sold.

“There has been a tremendous lift in the market, and this is the busiest we have ever been,” David Russell of Nutrien Harcourts Russell at Cobar said.

Two of the stations sold before the scheduled auction with “Yara and Killarnie” sold via an expressions of interest campaign.

Mr Russell said recent rains and the quality of the pastoral properties helped produce the result.

The land sales are to continue with four further highly productive breeding and pastoral properties in the area listed for sale in the coming months.

“It is likely a mix of…



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