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Western District grazing country sells for a record | North Queensland Register

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A 112 hectare piece of grazing country in Victoria’s Western District has sold for what is believed to be a district record of $2.16 million.

Even with no house on it, the high rainfall (750mm annual average) collection of 10 paddocks sold at auction for $19,269 a hectare.

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