This 118 acres of woodland is reachable from two different directions, the East Tarantum Road route 304 and the Paddy road. Some of this land may be suitable for blueberry production once cleared as wild blueberry plants have grown on this land in the past. On 18 acres of the property there has been approximately 100?000 yards of compost stored over the last 20 years which could create an additional revenue source depending on the amount still remaining on site. As the demand for organic and sustainable farming practices continues to rise, the value of compost as a natural soil amendment increases. There are many reasons to explore this property, for more information please call Pauline Wood at 902 303 1297. (id:30983)
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