This stunning farm is close to Ladismith and easily accessable from Route 62 and is in a very scenic and safe area. Grootrivier runs through the farm. Deep fertile soil. Water is sourced from 2 boreholes and also from Floriskraal Dam which falls under the Buffelsrivier Irrigation Board. Servitute water is also sourced from Dwarsrivier which is scheduled on a 4 day cycle and is set out in a chart and is used when water is available. Boreholes capacity :- pumps 48 000 litre per hour and 40 000 litre individually and is used for the seed production and the pivot. Approximately 130 ha of arable land which is mostly lucerne producing. The remainder of the farm is suitable for a small game farm or for keeping sheep or goat on the Karoo veld. Completely fenced (jakkals proof and stock proof) In extent 920 ha. Lucerne variety – SA Standard and VL414 (mixed) Economical 3 and a half tower Kimberly Pivot irrigating 6 ha lucerne. 12 cuts a year. Small ground dam to store water and to irrigate 25 ha. In a normal year 8 cuts per year. Rest of arable land about 4 to 5 cuts lucern per year. About 2.4 to 4 tons lucerne per hectare per annum. Rotational cropping (30 ha) 1.2 ha spring onions for seed production 4.5 ha red onion for seed production 5 ha carrot for seed production Seed under drip irrigation Main house with 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, office, large kitchen – with large outbuilding and old diary with incubators where ostrich eggs were hatched. House with 4 large bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, large kitchen, office and small outbuilding 7 labourer houses (4 houses not occupied due to retrenchments as a result of the drought) 2 Large storage sheds (open sides) 1 Large storage shed (closed) used to be the Vensterkrans Siding Building where successful diary farming used to be operated from before the drought. No land claims.
The town is situated in the Little Karoo in the Western Cape at the foot of the Klein Swartberg range. Superbly set against the mountains, Ladismith is overlooked to the north by some of the finest peaks of the Swartberge. Directly above the town soars the 2130m high Toringberg (Towering mountain), so named because of its steep cliffs and sharp peak. To the west stands one of the most famous mountains in Southern...
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