The family synonymous with butchers in Queensland has listed one of its prestigious farming assets

first_imgThe cattle can be included in the dealIt includes the original four-bedroom homestead which has been renovated and has wide verandasThere are also managers quarters on the property and an entertainment area named “The Bull Bar’’.The family is offering to sell the existing Angus and Brangus cows and calves with the property. Big Bluff at Grevillia.ANYONE who loves their steak in southeast Queensland knows the name Purcell.Jack Purcell opened his first butcher shop in 1943 and the business soon spread. While he sold off many of the stores when he retired, his son bought the store at Northgate and continued the multi-generational business in the family name.While it’s not a butcher shop on offer this time, Paul has now listed his amazing cattle property just next to the Border Ranges for sale through Peter Douglas of Ray White Rural Queensland.The property, known as Big Bluff, is listed for offers of $1.9 million.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North3 hours agoNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by Paul and his father used the property as their paddock to plate enterprise and it continues today under the third generation of the family of Adam Purcell.The property can accommodate 80 cows and calves.last_img read more

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Azinor hires Interocean for offshore rig positioning

first_imgUK-based Interocean Marine Services has been hired Azinor Catalyst to provide an integrated package of rig move, mooring and positioning services. The company is currently supporting a drilling program on board Ocean Guardian in the North Sea.Interocean’s Keith Nelson said: “We are delighted with this award, which allows us to utilize our broad range of capabilities, including our now well-established survey and positioning services.“In addition, this is the second successful tender for the provision of moorings services since the alliance with First Marine Solutions Limited was formed and demonstrates that successful partnerships can benefit the industry.”Oil company Azinor last week said its Partridge well in the UK sector of the North Sea failed to unearth hydrocarbons.The company will now drill its appraisal well to test the Agar Discovery and Plantain Prospect in 2Q 2018, to allow time to analyse the results of Apache’s adjacent Titan exploration well. The Titan well is due to start in 4Q 2017 and will test the same play as the Plantain Prospect in the adjacent block.last_img read more

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