New Built 2006 500 Cow Dairy in Southern Wisconsin, #57500
Cow Capacity:500 cows
Type of Housing:
Manure Storage:Earthen Lagoon
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THIS DAIRY WAS SOLD AND CLOSED 4/9/2010.
Started in Richland County in October 2006 this productive and complete 600 cow sand bedded freestall facility (4row + headlocks) on 40 acres, has a fully automated dbl 12 (exp 2x16) Herring Bone parlor and two stage manure lagoon with flush flume (storage capacity 700 cows/seven months) ready to add settlement lanes. For a full technical description see below.
Double 12 (expandable double 16) GERMANIA Fast Back – Herringbone Parlour with Arm Take Offs and AFIMILK milk meters to monitor production and conductivity. The responders on the cows also monitor the activity of the cow for breeding management decisions. The parlour has a basement and back up equipment for compressed air and vacuum. The milk is cooled directly (chiller) and pumped into the tanker. The office and break room wing, the floor of the milking parlor and the return lanes have in-floor heat. In wintertime the heat of the condensing units can be routed into the basement for additional heating of the parlour.
The holding pen (27’x 110’) has capacity for up to 200 cows. The return lanes have foot baths. Next to the return alley’s are side pens (11.6’x 110’) with water troughs.
The main free stall barn (96’x 480’) has a storage area, water tank room + upstairs office, bedded pack calving area (40’x 30’), plus 391 sand bedded stalls. The steel barn is equipped with head locks, twenty three 48” fans and a mister installation. The feed alley is 18 “wide. For back up purpose the barn has a manure channel + Houle barn cleaner on the NE side of the barn that scrapes into a concrete manure pit (52’ x 178’ x 10’). The main free stall barn is connected with the parlour building by means of the connector alley building (15’ x 75’).
The dairy has a two stage manure lagoon with a flush flume system. From the parlour, holding pen, connector alley and free stall barn the manure is scraped into the flush flume system. The 40 HP pump takes the manure into the concrete lagoon. This lagoon is connected by an overflow with the liner lagoon from where the affluent is pumped.
The cows of the low production group are housed in the original dairy barn (60 sand bedded stalls + 2 group pens) and the low production cow barn with 71 sand bedded stalls. The barns are connected to an L-shaped cow yard (125’ x 60’) with a covered feed bunk (58’ x 4’) for summer feeding (shade effect), in winter they are fed at the feed lane (88’).
Dry cows are housed in the dry cow barn with 74 sand bedded free stalls. Outside feeding at two feed lanes of 92’ each. Manure from the dry cows and the low production cows is pumped with a sump pump into an above ground, 4 panel high Harvestor manure silo. The sump pump is presently missing.
Other buildings: Commodity shed (40’x 70’), hay shed (33’x 66’) and loafing barn (30’x 62’) with paddocks.
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This dairy farm in Lone Rock Wisconsin, midwest region, closing price is $1,600,000. The Lone Rock Wisconsin dairy farm has a cow capacity of 500 cows, has 40 available acres and land described as level. Milking facilities include Herringbone Parlor, for this property in Wisconsin. Types of housing include Free Stalls, for this dairy farm listing. Feed storage include Ag Bags, for this listing in the Midwest. The manure storage is Earthen Lagoon. This farm does not have heifer facilities. Lone Rock Wisconsin dairy does not include a residence. New Built 2006 500 Cow Dairy in Southern Wisconsin.