Additional Dairy Farm For Sale Information
PARLOR FACILITY: The overall dimension of this building is 64x74. This includes the parlor itself, office, utility areas, and the milk house. The parlor area is plastic board lined with the cow deck being washed with fresh water. The Parlor is a double 18 parallel unit with automatic detachers, in floor water heat that is supplemented with hot air taken for the utility room. The stalls and equipment in the parlor is Bou-Matic expressway. The office area is sheet rocked and heated. There is a lounge area, laundry area, and a 3/4 bathroom as well. The utility area houses the pumps and equipment needed to operate the dairy. Rubber padding for cattle area.
HOLDING AREA: This area is 42x84 overall. This structure is pole type
building that is steel clad, has curtained side walls, an overhead crowd gate,
return alleys with steel gating and concrete foot baths. Rubber padding for cattle area.
SPECIAL NEEDS AREA: This area is 88x120 overall and is a pole type shed with steel roof and sides. There is drive through feeding, compost pack for bedding, 54 head locks along the feed lane, and curtain side walls. There is a vet room that is insulated with electric heat. In this room is computer equipment, a sink, and hot water heater.
CONNECTING LANE: This lane is 20x100 and is a pole type structure with curtain side walls. There is steel gating down the center to divide the enter and return lanes, slatted floor area collects the manure and wash water from the parlor and holding areas, where it is then pumped or free fall to the lagoon. Lane from Free Stall barn to Parlor is rubber matted.
FREE STALL: This barn is 115x412 overall and is a pole type structure with steel roof and siding. There are curtain side walls and gale ends, an open ridge vent, and bird netting on the walls and end walls. This is a 6 row style barn with drive though feeding down the center of the barn. There are 4 large pens and 4 have individual head locks. There are a total of 516 free stalls with mattresses, 24 aeration fans, several waterers, and 2 large overhead doors on either end of the feed alley. There is also a roll up door by the manure room addition off the side of the barn. The barn is cleaned with skid steers and pushed to the manure room addition and is then pumped or free fall underground to the lagoon. The manure room was added in 2006 and houses a new Houle manure pump and is heated with an Lp gas heater. The addition has metal roof and sides.
COMMODITY SHED: This is a 60x140 pole type structure that has metal roof and sides and electrical access. Part of this structure is used for shop. The shop is fully insulated, heated with an Lp gas heater, has concrete flooring, and a loft storage area and an office. The remainder of the shed is used for general storage and has dirt flooring and overhead drive through doors.
BUNKER SILOS: There are 2 cells that are 52x220 and 54x220 overall. Each cell has concrete flooring, earthen sidewalls, and an earthen dividing wall between the two cells. The ends are open for easy access.
MANURE LAGOON: This is an earthen lagoon that has 16,000,000 gallon
capacity. It is a single stage unit with earthen sidewalls and a clay liner.
Two systems to move manure from Free Stall barn to the main lagoon.
1.) There is a 70x90 concrete holding pit for manure located on the south side of the free stall barn with a lift gate and free-flow pipe to the main logoon.
2.) There is a Houle manure pump installed in 2006 with its own delivery pipe to main lagoon.
DAIRY EQUIPMENT: This includes all dairy related equipment including the 36 milking claws, the parlor stalls, crowd gate, plate cooler, vacuum pumps, two 5,000 gallon bulk tanks, 175 kw stationary generator, Houle manure pump, three 15 ton bulk buns, one 3 ton bulk bin, all fans, waterers, and gates.
Description: NE¼ of NE¼, Section 15, 40.0± Acres, T109N-R29W,
(Courtland Township, Nicollet County, Minnesota)
Buildings: Parlor, Special Needs Barn, Free Stall Barn,
Commodity Shed & Shop, 4 Bulk Bins
Real Estate Taxes: 2008 Estimated Non-Homestead Agricultural tax
40 ± Acres = $ 5,068.00
Special Assessments = None
Soil Description: Le Sueur clay loam, Delft clay loam, Lester loam,
Cordova clay loam, Lester loam, Glencoe clay loam,
Clarion-Storden-Hawick, Lester-Storden complex
Topography: Level to Rolling.
Electrical: 3 phase electrical service, 2007 charged $24,778
LP Gas: 2007 LP charged $28,991
Hoof Trimming: Hoof trimmer every 2 weeks, 2007 charged $13,335
$12/cow trimmed + $4/cow wrapped + $15/cow blocked
Manure Value: Purchaser will need to negotiate the sale of manure. Minnesota Dairy Farm For Sale. Courtland Minnesota Dairy Farm For Sale. Dairy Farm for sale in Courtland Minnesota.