Trading as: Neringah Pastoral


  • Mixed Livestock-crops

  • Canola Cattle Lambs Lupins Oats Sheep Meat Wheat Wool

  • 1600 Hectares

  • 650 Millimeters

  • 43mm - 1190 days ago

  • 0 Millimeters

  • Undulating to hilly part cropping , part grazing.
    Light clay , loam to heavy red soil.

  • We run 350 self replacing Poll Hereford cows producing Poll Hereford calves mainly targeting weaner market for the steer portion. 2300 1st x ewes joined to poll dorset rams for autumn and winter lambing averaging around 150-160% lambing. Producing trade lambs to sell as suckers. 1200 Merino ewes joined to Merino , and Border Leicester rams for wool production and replacment 1st x ewes. Opportunity cropping, wheat ,trit , oats, canola, lupins.


Farm Description

My father purchased property in 1967 from a family which had previously owned the property for around 100 years. My father was raised in the city always wanting to be a farmer. After a number of years jackerooing in the Reids Flat District he had the opportunity to buy the property. The property was pretty run down with no improvements being done previously. Continued to add land early eighties up until present. After alot of hard work and trial and error all places are now fully operational only having about 20% native pasture with the rest being all pasture improved. The places are run by myself and my father with contractors part time.[ mainly fencing].