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Showpiece cotton farm attracts overseas and corporate interest | The Land

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One of southern Queensland’s top cotton growing properties, South Callandoon, is sparking lots of buyer interest.

Families are having a look at this cotton showpiece, as are corporates and even international buyers have declared their interest ahead of the sale next month.

The Duddy family’s 12,168ha Queensland property is adjacent the Macintyre River, on the NSW border, 20km west of Goondiwindi.

Cotton is South Callandoon’s main irrigated crop, and the property has an impressive on-farm water-storage capacity of 17,400 megalitres covering 377 hectares.

This is prime cotton country, the more well known Cubbie Station, the biggest cotton grower in Australia, is a few hundred kilometres to the west.

The Duddy family have built up what was then…



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