Saturday, 7 May 2011

Sicilian Olive Grove in Ragusa for Sale

We are selling our Olive Grove in the village of Giarratana Sicily
The trees are pruned every year and produce a very high quality of oil.

The details are as follows:-
Land Size    9200 m2
Water well  Yes
Number of trees 360
Jeep Suzuki Samurai 1000 with tow-bar.
Average yearly crop over a two year period (olives trees produce a heavy crop every second year)
Weight of Olives
Oil Produced 600 to 1500 litres of oil.
Olive tree production alters each year a good harvest is normally followed by a moderate harvest. Incorrect pruning will alter the harvest.

We are including the tools needed to harvest the olives and will be happy to provide advice on harvesting , the care of the trees and the best company to press the olives

Ground Nets
Plastic Crates
Stainless steel containers for storing the oil
Sacks
Mechanical harvester complete with battery.
Sthill Comby with brush cutter (petrol)
Professionally Punners
Machine to separate the leaves from the olives
Suzuki Samurai 100 Jeep (1991)

Price Euro  35K


IL TERRENO E’ SITO IN GIARRATANA (RG) IN ZONA COLLINARE, ESTESO  MQ 9200 C.A  COLTIVATO AD ULIVETO CON PRODUZIONE  OLIO DI OTTIMA QUALITA’. COMPRENDE UN POZZO CON ACQUA SORGIVA (FALDA ACQUIFERA), UN PICCOLO RUDERE DA RISTRUTTURARE E TUTTA L’ATTREZZATURA NECESSARIA PER LA RACCOLTA DELLE OLIVE:
  •  RETI METRI 6 X 12
  • CASSETTE PER IL TRASPORTO DELLE OLIVE
  • RACCOGLI-OLIVE A BATTERIA IN GRADO DI RACCOGLIERE FINO A 400 KG DI OLIVE AL GIORNO + CARICA-BATTERIE
  • FORBICI PROFESSIONALI PER POTARE
  • DEFOGLIATORE
  • CONTENITORI IN PLASTICA
  • CONTENITORI IN ACCIAIO INOX PER LA CONSERVAZIONE DELL’OLIO
  • DECESPUGLIATORE STHILL COMBY + BARRA FALCIANTE
  • AUTOVETTURA JEEP SUZUKI SAMURAI 1000 CON GANCIO TRAINO
Prezzo :  Euro 35.000,00






Road leading to the olive grove
Ground netting in place
Water Well
Water well

click on the picture to see how great the olives are

The grass is kept low



Harvest and battery. It vibrates the branches
 so that the olives fall into the netting

harvester and battery









The trees are pruned each year 







Please contact Peter at pete.grey@virgin.net

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