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Manawatu Kukutauaki 7D 2D 60C

Manawatu Kukutauaki 7D 2D 60C is an 8.0431 hectare property situated on State Highway One, 5 kilometres north of Levin. The block has an open aspect and is flat in contour.
The property can be accessed from State Highway One.
The soils on the block comprise of Levin silt loam.
The block is entirely effective and is currently utilised for dairying in conjunction with the lessee's western adjoining dairy farm.
There is a small set of cattleyards on the property, water is provided from the lessee and whilst the block has no power there are power lines available to the northern boundary.

Land Information

Land area:
8.0431 hectares
Location:
State Highway One, 3 Km north of Levin
Region:
Manawatu / Whanganui
Māori Land Court region:
Aotea
Role of Māori Trustee for this whenua:
Responsible Trustee

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There are 46 people or whānau trusts who have shares in Manawatu Kukutauaki 7D 2D 60C.

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