Adcock Poultry is an eight house Broiler Farm located near Hackleburg, AL in Marion County. This farm has 47+/- acres with two homes, a lake, several ponds, open pasture, and great hunting..
The poultry farm has a gross annual income that historically runs $282,000 to $330,000. The houses are 40×400 built in the mid-90s. The farm currently raises a 4lb bird with MarJac. Operating on Class A pay, with no known updates, the farm is ready for the new owner to make a great income. Natural Gas is on the farm and helps the farm operate more economically. There are three wells on the farm that have great flow and water quality. City water is available, but not in use currently.
Adcock Poultry is equipped with:
ChoreTime Feed Lines, with Chick Mates
Front House Brood Area
Lubing Water Lines
Two diesel 100kw generators with transfer switches
LED Lights and dimmers
Two Mortality Incinerators
Total Alarm Radio
Reeves recirculating cool cells
Rol Seal front doors
80×100 litter shed with equipment storage
The farm has a four bedroom two bath home that overlooks the lake. This is totally hidden from the poultry houses and the road. You can enjoy a very private setting where you can fish and relax. There are two porches, an outdoor fire pit, small garden area, and a carport. The second home is near the poultry houses and could be used as an office. A shop that is 20×30 is located near the poultry houses for easy access to the farm.
If you like to hunt, this farm has a great set up. There is a fully functional camper set up with septic, power, and water that overlooks a food plot. You can watch the ballgame in the camper while you watch for the Big buck to come out to graze. The seller has killed several nice bucks from this camper. Did I mention that Marion County, AL is known for trophy bucks.
The farm is mostly fenced around the perimeter. With just a few interior fences, you could easily run cattle or livestock. Currently, the open land is in hay production. This is a great combination cattle and poultry farm.
The farm is located just 5 minutes from US Highway 43 and Hackleburg; 20 minutes to Russellville, AL; one hour from Tupelo, MS; and 10 minutes from the MarJac hatchery and feed mill. The school district will be Marion County Schools at Hackleburg.
Adcock Poultry is a bio secure area. Absolutely No visitors on the farm without a listing agent present. All visitors must abide by the 4 Ways to Qualify and Standard Operating Procedures of PoultrySouth and MarJac Farms. This farm will require around a 15% down payment.
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