Who Is The Biggest Farmer In Australia?

Mr Oldfield is a prominent race-horse trainer who owns property in the Northern Territory and South Australia, and also owns outback trucking company Tanami Transport.

South Australian and Northern Territory pastoralist Viv Oldfield (right) says Clifton Hills came on the market at the right time for him.

Who is the biggest farmer in the United States?

These are the 10 biggest landowners in the United States

  • John Malone. Malone is the largest landowner in the US, with 2.2 million acres of land.
  • Ted Turner.
  • The Emmerson family.
  • Brad Kelly.
  • The Reed family.
  • The Irving family.
  • The Singleton family.
  • The King family.

What is the biggest cattle farm in Australia?

All of the largest pastoral leases are located in the three states of South Australia (SA), Queensland (QLD), and Western Australia (WA), and the Northern Territory (NT).

Largest stations.

Station Anna Creek
Area (km2) 23,677
Area (mi2) 9,140
Area (acre) 5,850,000
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Who owns the biggest property in Australia?

Williams family: 2.4 million hectares. Last year, the Williams family’s eponymous cattle company acquired the gigantic Anna Creek Station in South Australia, which at 2.36 million hectares is around the size of Israel. The station formed part of S. Kidman & Co., the world’s largest individual private land holding.

Where is the largest dairy farm in the world?

The second biggest farm in the world can also be found in China and again is in dairy. The Modern Dairy is located in Anhui and covers 11,000,000 acres. The 40,000 cows produce 600 tons milk per day. Before Mudanjiang City farm expanded, Modern Dairy held the title for the biggest farm in the world.

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