Rural Development Manager Mark Lemon joined the Hastings McLeod Property Brokers team in 2011 after a combined seven years of banking experience and 27 years farming an irrigated sheep and cropping property in Mid Canterbury.
Mark grew up in the Lauriston district of Mid Canterbury where his family has farmed for many years. After completing a Bachelors Degree of Agricultural Commerce in Farm Management and Valuation from Lincoln he began employment with Rural Bank which provided an opportunity to transfer home to Ashburton. Mark and his wife Sally purchased a farm at Lauriston and farmed there until 2007 when the property was leased to dairy interests.
With an extensive personal and professional interest in the agri-business sector he is able to provide clients with an in-depth and knowledgeable perspective on rural property and investments.
Mark is committed to the Mid Canterbury community. In addition to serving as a board member of the Ashburton Lyndhurst Irrigation Scheme, RDR and Lauriston School, Mark has had significant involvement with the Methven Lions and Methven Trotting Club.
Mark and Sally now call their Winchmore lifestyle block home where they fatten cattle and graze several broodmares and racehorses. Their adult children now live throughout New Zealand.
Mt Belle This substantial 166.3 ha property is new to the market and for genuine sale! The property provides the discerning buyer with many options, having a good balance of irrigated land and ...