Buttabone Station was purchased by Paraway in 2010 as an expansion of the company’s Northern New South Wales beef program. The property breeds and raises Angus cattle which are destined to be finished on grass at Newstead, Paradise or Burmah.
Buttabone’s flat expanses of grassy plains, rich black soil, reliable water points and its temperate seasons make it an ideal setting for finishing the property’s Angus cattle.
The station’s complex network of paddocks allow Buttabone to carefully manage the distribution of its herd, and well-built laneways and new cattle yards allow the staff to quietly and safely work the stock.
As the aggregate of two original pastoral holdings, Buttabone and Buttabone Stud Park, the property has a significant merino-cross sheep operation, and both dryland and irrigated cropping enterprises.
Carinda Road Warren NSW 2824
|Property Type||Cattle breeding and fattening|
|Land Size||28,783 ha|
|Carrying Capacity||Approximately 60,000 DSE|
|Average Annual Rainfall||510mm / year|