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Jimbour aggregation station from Russell Pastoral Company

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The Jimbour aggregation station of Russell Pastoral Company includes 11,200 acres of Mountain Coolibah or Basalt ridges. The cultivated land in the Jimbour aggregation station is used for growing cereal cash crops and winter forage crops. The remaining 8000 acres of land is made up of natural pasture and improved pasture.  About 7000 breeding cattle along with their progeny turn off as cull heifers and bullocks in this area of 8000 acres.

The Jimbour aggregation station of Russell Pastoral Company produces about 700 fat cattle every year. The Jimbour aggregation station every year produces up to 30 commercial Charolais bulls, with the continuation of the Jimbour Charolais Stud.

The Jimbour aggregation station has black volcanic soil which is considered as one of the most productive pastoral and agricultural areas. The Jimbour aggregation station offers equable climate condition which is cooler and more refreshing. The park in the Jimbour aggregation station has nine major walking tracks which range from 500 metre to 10 kilometres. The Jimbour aggregation station includes oaks, elms and plane trees.

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