Megan MacKay is selling Bimbadeen and their Muckadille Egg business.
Megan MacKay is selling Bimbadeen and their Muckadille Egg business.

One egg-cellent business opportunity

SINCE starting their business in 2017, Adam Sutton and Megan MacKay have grown Muckadilla Pasture-Fed egg business, as demand continues to increase.

Now, Mr Sutton and Ms MacKay are moving to the other side of the country and need to sell Bimbadeen and their business by auction on November 29, unless sold prior, with settlement set for before Christmas.

Located just 1km west of Muckadilla or 44km west of Roma, Bimbadeen has no close neighbours with Warrego Highway frontage and stock route access to all other sides of the property.

The location and ease of access lend itself to any number of business opportunities.

Ray White Rural’s Rob Wildermuth said this was a unique opportunity.

“Bimbadeen is 89.39 hectares of slightly undulating, semi-open highly fertile black soil downs country, of which about 50 acres are worked for cultivation,” he said. “190 acres (77ha) of Bimbadeen is white on the veg map allowing further development if required.”

Located among established trees and a well-kept garden is a spacious four-bedroom home with an open plan kitchen and living area.

The large verandas on each side of the house provide excellent entertainment areas, while inside the home airconditioning plus a wood heater provides comfort.

For further details or to arrange an inspection of Bimbadeen call Rob Wildermuth on 0428 222687 Ray White Rural Queensland.


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