Cargill buys more on Queensland's Darling Downs

Cargill buys more on Queensland's Darling Downs
Cargill buys more on Queensland's Darling Downs

Calmyle, a 966-hectare cropping property in Queensland's Darling Downs has been sold for $5.6 million to One Tree Agriculture, the subsidiary of the US agribusiness and food giant Cargill.

It is their second farming acquisition in Southern Queensland.

It previously bought Kinbeachie, a 6000-hectare Goondiwindi property in April.

Cargill Australia's investments include Billabong Station in the NSW Eurongilly Valley, a sugar cane farm, Marwood, near Mackay in north Queensland and the $20 million Vaucluse, a 2654-hectare cropping and grazing property near Launceston.

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Rural Sale Darling Downs

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