Iowa: prachtig melkveebedrijf voor ca. 2.000 melkkoeien in de noordwesthoek van de staat Iowa.
The main dairy is located approximately two miles south and four miles east of Ashton, Iowa in Osceola County at 5523 260th St., Sanborn, Iowa. The dry cow and heifer facility with house is located approximately two miles west and six miles south of main dairy.
DAIRY: The dairy consists of a 1935 free stall in 2 sand bedded barns. Barn 1 is 1020' x 135'. Barn 2 is 660' x 121' with parlor, connecting crosswalks, holding area, and a maternity 50' x 240' area. There is also a 72' x 80' heated shop.
PARLOR: Double 24 parallel with sub-way. Currently milking 2,500, 2.5x.
FEED AREA: 40,000 ton forage pad, scale, 8 bay commodity shed.
MANURE HANDLING: Sand recyling lane, concrete storage pad, 3 stage 30,500 gallon lagoon. All pumps included.
AGGREEMENTS: Seller has agreement in place for manure application and forage production.
There are several processors to choose from within the area. Milk is currently shipped to a nearby Minnesota cheese processor.
PRICE: $9,000,000 facilities and 208.36 + or - Acres. Seller will consider selling as a turn key operation with labor and management staff in place.
Sanborn is an attractive, growing community, with some of the finest recreational facilities in the area. The Miller Park and Golf Course is a 125 acre park and recreation complex, consisting of a 90 acre golf course and 35 acres of park facilities. Included are playgrounds, softball and soccer fields, picnic facilities, a new campground facility and a shelter house. Incorporated into the complex is a hard surfaced walking/jogging/bicycling trail. A separate downtown park includes an outdoor aquatic center, playground and picnic facilities. The City's recreation department provides a variety of activities including baseball and softball leagues, sand volleyball, bowling leagues, community education courses and many other events to keep all ages of Sanborn residents busy throughout the year.
There are also municipally owned utilities. The Sanborn community owns and operates natural gas, electric, water, wastewater, solid waste and has a state-of-the-art telecommunications utility which offers cable TV, high speed internet and telephone services which positions Sanborn well in our new global economy. Local ownership and control of these community assets translates into low-cost services.
The most important resource are their people. Sanborn is a friendly place to live and work and our people care about the success of our local businesses and industry. Another advantage to Sanborn is our location, which is within 45 minutes of many larger cities; giving our residents the conveniences of big city living and the safe, quiet community lifestyle of a small town.
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