36 Ac- Coffee County, AL- Coffee Springs Mega Farm

$ 2,310,000

Coffee County, Alabama,

Listing Status: Sold

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Coffee Springs Mega Farm is a four house broiler farm located in Coffee County, AL. Coffee Springs Mega farm sits on 36 (+/-) Acres and is contracted with Wayne- Sanderson farms. There are multiple homesite options on this property with access to all utilities. The farm is located in Chancellor, AL and is zoned for Enterprise City Schools. The four houses came into operation in 2019. This farm produces a small bird (4.60 target) on a 40-42 day growout. Coffee Springs Mega Farm has a historic gross income of ($375,000-$400,000). The house dimensions are 60x600 and boast 144,000 sq ft! 

Coffee Springs Mega Farm is an exceptional newer house poultry operation. Poultry houses this new do not come available often. Routine maintenance has been flock to flock to include: power washing fans, fan greasing, blowing down whole house, flushing water lines, cleaning site tubes, cleaning/ changing water filters, cleaning/changing light bulbs, winch greasing, and whole house power washing annually. The houses have been kept in as close to new condition as any you will find. The routine maintenance that has been done is not a common practice for most poultry operations, making Coffee Springs Mega Farm the great offering it is.

If you have been in the market for a newer poultry farm in excellent condition, here is your chance! Coffee Springs Mega Farm is one of the most well-maintained, cleanest operations currently on the market. Call today for more information on this farm or to schedule an appointment. This farm will be shown by appointment only. Qualified buyers can expect a down payment of ($230,000-$350,000). If you are unsure where to begin with a poultry farm purchase, I am here to help step by step. Call Dalton Adkison (334) 372-1255.


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Dalton lives in New Brockton, AL where he was raised working on his family’s poultry farm while spending any free time playing sports or in the woods hunting deer, turkey, and ducks.  He learned the poultry business by working every job in the ...