23 Ac- Coffee County, AL-Boyd Breeder Farm

$ 1,088,000

12 acres in Coffee County, Alabama,

Listing Status: Sold

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Boyd Breeder Farm is a two-house farm located in Coffee County, AL. Boyd Breeder Farm sits on 12 (+/-) Acres and is contracted with Pilgrims Pride. This farm is located in New Brockton, AL, and is zoned for New Brockton Schools. The two 40x525 houses were constructed in 2007.  Boyd Breeder Farm has all the necessary utilities that make this a turnkey farm operation. This two-house farm is in fantastic condition and in a great location.

Boyd Breeder farm is receiving top pay and is capable of a gross income range of ($180,000- $200,000). This farm has recently been updated, ready for a new owner to enjoy for many years. Boyd Breeder Farm is surrounded by agriculture, other poultry farms, and good neighbors.

Farm equipment includes:

    • Chore-Time Hired Hand Controllers
    • Chore-Time Gathering Tables and Nest Pads
    • Lubing Breeder Drinkers
    • LED Lighting
    • Plastic Slates
    • Perkins Generator (fully serviced Sep. 2022)
    • Automatic Nest Closures
    • Drop Insulated ceilings
    • *New* Sturdy Steel Door
    • *New*  Big Dutchman Rooster Line & Entire Feed System
    • *New*  Chain on Hen Lines
    • *New* Incinerator ( Propane)
    • *New* Egg Collection Belts

Boyd Breeder farm has a move-in ready homesite at the north end of the property, situated in a shaded oak lot. You can find water, power, septic, and easy access to high-speed internet. This farm is a fantastic opportunity to get started in the poultry business. Call me 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 $165,000. 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 Adkison


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 ...