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ACC Feedlots

Australian Country Choice Properties

All ACC Group properties

  • Barkly Downs
  • Moray Downs
  • Babbiloora Group
  • Dooloogarah
  • Redford
  • Wellclose Group
  • Brindley Park Property Group
  • Dungowan
  • Toarki & Rosewood
  • Tungamah
  • Hay Roma
  • MB9+
  • Brindley Park Feedlot
  • Brisbane Valley
  • Gladys Downs
  • Opal Creek
  • Cannon Hill
Barkly Downs

942,500 hectares
2,328,968 acres

barklydowns@acbh.net.au

Barkly Downs is primarily used for large-scale breeding purposes with young stock moved south-east onto central Queensland properties — Croydon, Iffley and Moray Downs — to grow out.

Carrying Capacity: 52,631 head

Croydon

58,419 hectares
144,356 acres

croydon@acbh.net.au

Croydon is primarily used for backgrounding cattle from ACBH breeding properties (Barkly Downs and Millungera). At the right weight Feeder cattle exit to ACC feedlots.

Carrying Capacity: 16,000 head

Iffley

41,529 hectares
102,620 acres

iffley@acbh.net.au

Iffley is primarily used for backgrounding cattle from ACBH breeding properties. Feeder cattle exit Iffley to ACC feedlots.

Carrying Capacity: 14,000 head

Moray Downs

117,000 hectares
289,113 acres

moray@acbh.net.au

Moray West is used for breeding purposes. Moray East is used for backgrounding cattle from ACBH breeding properties. Moray receives the high Bos Indicus content weaners which are marketed to live export once grown to saleable weight.

Carrying Capacity: 18,000 head

Babbiloora Group

237,325 hectares
460,226 acres

Group comprises:

  • Babbiloora
  • Chesterton
  • Mt Tabor
  • Dooloogarah

 

babbiloora@accbeef.net.au

This property aggregation is primarily used for breeding and growing young stock before entering the Brindley Park Feedlot.

Carrying Capacity: 27,500 head

Dooloogarah

42,300 hectares
104,525 acres

dooloogarah@accbeef.net.au

Dooloogarah is primarily used for cattle breeding and forms part of the Babbiloora aggregation.

Carrying Capacity: 3,000 head

Redford

48,400 hectares
119,599 acres

redford@accbeef.net.au

Redford is used for backgrounding purposes, with stock sourced from ACC-owned Wellclose and Babbiloora aggregations.

Carrying Capacity: 13,300 head

Wellclose Group

159,832 hectares
389,393 acres

Group Comprises:

  • Black Mountain
  • Gifford
  • Listowell Valley
  • Wellclose

 

wellclose@accbeef.net.au

This property aggregation is used for breeding, with young stock moved east for backgrounding at either Dungowan, Redford or Brindley Park aggregations before entering the feedlot.

Carrying capacity: 8,000 head

Brindley Park Property Group

19,316 hectares
47,730 acres

Group Comprises:

  • Brindley Park
  • Niella
  • Mooga South
  • Bundilla
  • Mooga West
  • Mooga Hills
  • Boomerating
  • Piber
  • Baroola

 

bpfl@accbeef.net.au

The properties comprises nine separate land holdings that are predominantly contiguous, with a combination of freehold and leasehold tenure.  The group also has 10,000 acres of dry land cropping, including 1,600 acres on lease property.

 

Dungowan

22,293 hectares
55,087 acres

dungowan@accbeef.net.au

The property is used for backgrounding livestock sourced from Wellclose and Babbiloora aggregations.

Carrying Capacity: 6,750 head

Toarki & Rosewood

8,120 hectares
20,064 acres

toarki@accbeef.net.au

The Toarki and Rosewood aggregation is used for backgrounding purposes and operates in conjunction with the Brindley Park aggregation.

Carrying Capacity: 4,000 head

Tungamah

14,221 hectares
35,140 acres

tungamah@accbeef.net.au

Tungamah is a mixed farming and grazing property. It is ideally located to supply Opal Creek Feedlot with farmed commodities and backgrounded cattle sourced from the Darling Downs & southern supply areas.

Carrying Capacity: 4,200 head

Hay Roma

859 hectares
2,122 acres

bpfl@accbeef.net.au

Hay Roma is used for fodder production purposes for the Brindley Park Feedlot. It includes approximately 200 hectares under center pivot irrigation and 118 hectares of dryland cropping.

Carrying Capacity: 200 head

MB9+

1335 hectares
1973 acres

sherdale@mb9plus.net.au

MB9+ develops high-grade, full-blood wagyu cattle. The company was established in December 2017 as a joint venture between the Lee family and Machin family, drawing on decades of experience in cattle-breeding, growing and processing.

Brindley Park Feedlot

120 hectares
297 acres

434 kilometres from ACC Cannon Hill processing facility

bpfl@accbeef.net.au

The Brindley Park Feedlot is located on the Brindley Park aggregation. Cattle are finished in the feedlot before being processed through the Cannon Hill processing facility. The balance of the operation comprises a large portion of cropping land that is used for producing fodder. The cropping land is used for annual crops, backgrounding young stock prior to entering the feedlot, and cereal crops for fodder and silage purposes.

Feedlot capacity: 22,000 head
(19,400 feedlot and 2,600 preconditioning)

Brisbane Valley

123 hectares
304 acres

73 kilometres west of ACC Cannon Hill processing facility

bvalley@accbeef.net.au

The Brisbane Valley Feedlot was developed with a 3,548 standard cattle unit feedlot, 10 hectares of cropping land under irrigation and 40 hectares of dryland cropping.

Feedlot Capacity: 4,500 head

Gladys Downs

20,060 hectares
49,569 acres

gladys@accbeef.net.au

Property used to background cattle sourced from Babbiloora, Wellclose and surrounding areas, as weel as areas to the north west of Augathella.

Carrying Capacity: 5,500 head

Opal Creek

3,016 hectares
7,453 acres

217 kilometres west of ACC Cannon Hill processing facility

ocaccounts@accbeef.net.au

Opal Creek comprises four freehold parcels. It was developed with a 30,000 standard cattle unit feedlot, 70 hectares of cropping land under irrigation and 1,500 hectares of developed pastures.

Feedlot Capacity: 400 head

Cannon Hill

The 100 acre Cannon Hill site is location of ACC head office, Primary Processing and Further Processing areas. The facility is capable of processing up to 350,000 head of livestock per year and approximately 75,000,000 kgs of Retail Ready production. It is without a doubt a world class facility with best in class technologies and performance, tailoring and customizing our processing to suit our customers requirements.

Northern QLD Properties

ACC Groups Northern and Central Queensland Breeding and Backgrounding Operations

  • Barkly Downs
  • Croydon
  • Iffley
  • Moray Downs
Barkly Downs

942,500 hectares
2,328,968 acres

barklydowns@acbh.net.au

Barkly Downs is primarily used for large scale breeding purposes with young stock moved south-east onto central Queensland properties—Croydon, Rugby Run, Iffley and Moray Downs—to grow out.

Carrying Capacity: 52,631 head

Croydon

58,419 hectares
144,356 acres

croydon@acbh.net.au

Croydon  is primarily used for backgrounding cattle from ACBH breeding properties (Barkly Downs and Millungera). At the right weight Feeder cattle exit to ACC feedlots.

Carrying Capacity: 16,000 head

Iffley

41,529 hectares
102,620 acres

iffley@acbh.net.au

Iffley  is primarily used for backgrounding cattle from ACBH breeding properties. Feeder cattle  exit Iffley to ACC feedlots.

Carrying Capacity: 14,000 head

Moray Downs

117,000 hectares
289,113 acres

moray@acbh.net.au

Moray West is used for breeding purposes. Moray East is used for backgrounding cattle from ACBH breeding properties. Moray receives the high Bos Indicus content weaners which are marketed to live export once grown to saleable weight.

Carrying Capacity: 18,000 head

Southern QLD Properties

ACC Groups South-East Queensland Breeding and Backgrounding Operations

  • Babbiloora Group
  • Dooloogarah
  • Redford
  • Wellclose Group
  • Brindley Park Property Group
  • Dungowan
  • Toarki & Rosewood
  • Hay Roma
  • MB9+
Babbiloora Group

186,247 hectares
460,226 acres

babbiloora@accbeef.net.au

This property aggregation comprises of 4 properties to form what is the Babbiloora Group. Chesterton, Mt Tabor, Dooloogarah and Babbiloora and is primarily used for breeding and growing young stock before entering the Brindley Park Feedlot.

Carrying Capacity: 22,452 head

Dooloogarah

42,300 hectares
104,525 acres

dooloogarah@accbeef.net.au

Dooloogarah is primarily used for cattle breeding and forms part of the Babbiloora aggregation.

dooloogarah@accbeef.net.au

Carrying Capacity: 14,000 head

Redford

48,400 hectares
119,599 acres

redford@accbeef.net.au

Redford is used for backgrounding purposes, with stock sourced from ACC-owned Wellclose and Babbiloora aggregations.

Carrying Capacity: 13,300 head

Wellclose Group

157,582 hectares
389,394 acres

Group Comprises:

  • Black Mountain
  • Gifford
  • Listowell Valley
  • Wellclose

wellclose@accbeef.net.au

This property aggregation is used for breeding, with young stock moved east for backgrounding at either Dungowan, Redford or Brindley Park aggregations before entering the feedlot.

Carrying capacity: 10,123 head

Brindley Park Property Group

19,316 hectares
47,730 acres

Group Comprises:

  • Brindley Park
  • Boomerany
  • Bundilla
  • Mooga Hills
  • Mooga South
  • Mooga West
  • Niella
  • Baroola
  • Piber
  • Hay Roma
  • Lighthouse
  • Lorraine

bpfl@accbeef.net.au

The properties comprises separate land holdings that are predominantly contiguous, with a combination of freehold and leasehold tenure.  The group also has 10,000 acres of dry land cropping, including 1600 acres on lease property.

Carrying capacity: 8,150 head

Dungowan

22,293 hectares
55,087 acres

dungowan@accbeef.net.au

The property is used for backgrounding livestock sourced from Wellclose and Babbiloora aggregations.

Carrying Capacity: 6,750 head

Toarki & Rosewood

8,120 hectares
20,064 acres

toarki@accbeef.net.au

The Toarki and Rosewood aggregation is used for backgrounding purposes and operates in conjunction with the Brindley Park aggregation.

Carrying Capacity: 4,000 head

Hay Roma

859 hectares
2,122 acres

bpfl@accbeef.net.au

Hay Roma is used for fodder production purposes for the Brindley Park Feedlot. It includes approximately 200 hectares under center pivot irrigation and 118 hectares of dryland cropping.

MB9+

1335 hectares
1973 acres

sherdale@mb9plus.net.au

MB9+ develops high-grade, full-blood wagyu cattle. The company was established in December 2017 as a joint venture between the Lee family and Machin family, drawing on decades of experience in cattle-breeding, growing and processing.

Australian Country Choice Feedlots

ACC Groups South-East Queensland Feedlot Operations

  • Brindley Park Feedlot
  • Brisbane Valley
  • Opal Creek
Brindley Park Feedlot

120 kilometres
297 acres

434 kilometres from ACC Cannon Hill processing facility

bpfl@accbeef.net.au

The Brindley Park Feedlot is located on the Brindley Park aggregation. Cattle are finished in the feedlot before being processed through the Cannon Hill processing facility. The balance of the operation comprises a large portion of cropping land that is used for producing fodder. The cropping land is used for annual crops, backgrounding young stock prior to entering the feedlot, and cereal crops for fodder and silage purposes.

Feedlot Capacity: 22,000 head
(19,400 feedlot and 2600 preconditioning)

Brisbane Valley

123 hectares
304 acres

73 kilometres west of ACC Cannon Hill processing facility

bvalley@accbeef.net.au

The Brisbane Valley Feedlot was developed with a 3548 standard cattle unit feedlot, 10 hectares of cropping land under irrigation and 40 hectares of dryland cropping.

Feedlot Capacity: 4,500 head

Opal Creek

3116 hectares
7,700 acres

217 kilometres west of ACC Cannon Hill processing facility

ocaccounts@accbeef.net.au

Opal Creek comprises four freehold parcels. It was developed with a 30,000 standard cattle unit feedlot, 70 hectares of cropping land under irrigation and 1,500 hectares of developed pastures.

Feedlot Capacity: 30,000 head

ACC Group manages close to 1.75 million hectares (4.3 million acres) of pastoral, grazing and farming land and can carry up to 300,000 cattle.

Strategic locations mean better business

Stretching from north-west through to south-east Queensland, our 42 properties are strategically located to ensure consistent supply and product quality—365 days of the year.

ACC’s supply chain also includes farming operations, which use more than 7,509 hectares.

All rural assets have ongoing pasture and infrastructure improvement programs to optimise carrying capacity and minimise production costs.