ONE of the four parcels of the Hopgood family’s Enmore aggregation&nbsp;has sold. The aggregation on Cunningham Highway is well known as the&nbsp;home of&nbsp;Hopgood Charolais. Enmore was offered in four lots:&nbsp;Kerimbilla Lane (98ha),&nbsp;Eastern (120ha),&nbsp;Homestead (473ha), and&nbsp;Western (257ha). The&nbsp;Eastern block was&nbsp;sold soon after auction for $2500/ha (just over $1000/acre).&nbsp; The aggregation&nbsp;predominantly comprises of developed scrub soils with mostly brigalow and belah influences. The sweet grazing country is suitable for breeding or fattening livestock. Improvements include a homestead, machinery shed, storage shed, 380t&nbsp;silo space with aerators,&nbsp;10t grain dryer, and a 400t&nbsp;bulk grain/storage Shed.&nbsp; The Hopgood family is seeking to make a strategic shift north, closer to its&nbsp;target market. Contact Clayton Smith, 0428 878 523, Elders.