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Maungatautari 4G2A

Maungatautari 4G2A is a 56.68 hectare property situated on Maru Road, Pukeatua, approximately 28 kilometres from Te Awamutu. The property is split into two severances by Maru Road. The land is predominantly undulating to easy hill in contour. Soils on the property comprise of Tirau (sandy) loam and Kakepuku (clay) loam. The block can be accessed from Maru Road.
The effective area, approximately 45.0 hectares, is currently utilised for rearing bulls for the purpose of leasing to dairy farmers. The balance of the land can be attributed to bush, scrub, streams, swamp and the margins.

Land Information

Land area:
56.6889 hectares
Location:
Maru Road, Pukeatua
Region:
Waikato
Māori Land Court region:
Waikato Maniapoto
Role of Māori Trustee for this whenua:
Responsible Trustee

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There are 299 people or whānau trusts who have shares in Maungatautari 4G2A.

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