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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Aribo banks on Gerrard to become ‘goal machine’

first_imgRelatedPosts Joe Aribo vows to bounce back from injury Joe Aribo out of Super Eagles friendlies Gerrard gets Aribo, Leon Balogun boost Joe Aribo is confident Steven Gerrard can help him add more goals to his game as he looks to play his part in the final third for Rangers.The midfielder enjoyed an encouraging debut campaign at Ibrox last term and netted nine times – including a stunning solo strike against Braga – for the Light Blues. Aribo has started the season in fine form and could be pitched in against St Johnstone tonight as Gerrard’s side look to make it three from three in the Premiership.Gerrard is not short of attacking options at present but Aribo is determined to add to his numbers and contribute even more in an attacking sense this term.“That’s the one thing I’ve always wanted to be known as, a goalscoring midfielder,” Aribo told the Rangers matchday programme.“I’ve sat down with the gaffer and we spoke about it, so I know that is one area I need to improve on.“I think it’s a case of wanting to be in the right place at the right time and having the willingness and the desire to be there. “It’s also about being calmer in front of goal as well, not slashing at shots and taking your time with them. Hopefully that will help me get more goals.“But I feel I have developed a lot and I’m learning day in day out in games and on the training field as well.“When you look at the staff, you have the gaffer and Macca, two great players that have played in my position too. So I can just take little things off them every single day and, of course, you learn in matches.”Tags: BragaJoe AriboLight BluesSt. JohnstoneSteven Gerrardlast_img read more

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