Just a couple of months ago, we talked about the differences between a broiler farm and a breeder farm. Now, we have some options for anyone who’s looking to invest in a chicken farm! Here are six properties you’ll want to take a look at:
1. Chicken/Cattle Farm (Jasper County, Mississippi)
This poultry and cattle farm, near Paulding, MS, includes 520 +/- acres fenced and cross fenced, 12 chicken houses, multiple sheds/barns, catch pen, 3 bed, 2.5 bath dwelling with pool, John Deere 5115M tractor with cab/air, John Deere 5115 tractor with open station, baler, rake, rotary cutter, disk, Lewis DB2 housekeeper (decaker), Priefert pulverizer, spreader truck – too much equipment to list, but everything needed to run this farm! The property features 6 chicken houses (55 X 500, built in 2011 with a solid wall), 4 chicken houses (40 X 500, built in 1995 with curtains), and 2 chicken houses (40 X 500, built in 2006 with a solid wall). The average income per owner on all 12 houses is $800K, with 85K in propane and electricity expenses. Looking for a multi-use Mississippi farm? This is it!
2. Batesburg Chicken Breeder Farm (Saluda County, South Carolina)
This 25 +/- acre breeder poultry farm is located less than three miles off of Highway 1, less than five miles from the town of Batesburg, approximately 40 miles from Columbia, and approximately 24 miles from Lexington. There are five 42’x500’ breeder houses, built four years ago, with a packing room, break room, and office. The houses contain Big Dutchman feed lines and motors with hen chain feeders and pan feeders for roosters. Lubing drinkers are in all of the houses. The nest boxes are Big Dutchman and have Vencomatic egg belts to transport eggs to the central packing room. The automation controllers are Choretronics II Breeder Edition. The packing room, break room, and office have central heat and air. The packing room contains a Vencomatic grading table, Vencomatic trolley loader and an Ovoset egg packer. This an outstanding opportunity to purchase a turnkey, income-producing poultry breeder operation.
3. Chicken Farm (Smith County, Mississippi)
This broiler chicken farm on 111+/- acres has 6 houses 40 X 500 (4); 42 X 500 (2) growing 9-pound birds 56-64 days. The farm includes Rotem Controllers, LED lighting, 10 Acme 48″ fans per house, Chore Time feeders, 2 lines per house, 4 houses that have Ziggity drinkers, 2 houses that have Plasson drinkers, 150KW generator with John Deere engine, One 70 GPM water well (new pump) with water treatment system and community backup. Other features include a tractor shed (40 X 50 w/concrete floor), dry stack (40 X 100), compost shed (50 X 60), barn (40 X 50), and a catch pen on property. This farm property has so much to offer you’ll want to read more about it here!
4. Cordova Chicken Farm (Orangeburg County, Mississippi)
This 20 +/- acre poultry farm is located on Balson Drive off of Kennerly Road in Cordova and approximately six miles from Orangeburg. It is a four house broiler operation with curtain walls, ChoreTronics 2 control systems in each house, equipment/control rooms at the end of each house, equipment shed, three wells on the property and a generator on site as well. The farm is also connected to natural gas which eliminates propane tanks and the risk of running out of propane in the cold winter months. Don’t miss this opportunity to own a working chicken farm at a great price!
5. Chicken Farm Near Wesson Mississippi (Copiah County, Mississippi)
This poultry broiler farm is located near Wesson, MS and is on 63 +/- acres. Six houses varying in age with Sanderson Farms 15 year contract. Comes with John Deere 5570 70 HP tractor, Lewis DB3 Housekeeper, Priefert pulverizer. Houses are 44 X 460 (4), 40 X 420 (2). The property includes Spaceray brooders, Plasson red cup drinkers in four houses, Val drinkers in two houses, Cumberland feeders in 2 houses, Chore Time in 2 houses, and Beacon in 2 houses. 48-inch fans are in all houses, with one 54 inch fan in 4 houses as well. Compost is by incineration. The tract also has a dry stack/tractor shed. See more of what this farm has to offer here!
6. Saint Matthews Chicken Farm (Calhoun County, South Carolina)
This poultry farm is a six house broiler operation located just outside of St. Matthews, SC, and is approximately thirty minutes from Columbia and less than an hour to Pilgrim’s Pride in Sumter. The 50’x530′ houses are well-maintained, operating efficiently and the farm is extremely clean and ready to go. Three of the houses have curtains on both side walls and three of the houses have one solid side wall and one curtain wall. The farm was outfitted with new solar panels less than a year ago that will power the whole farm. Also, the farm is connected to a natural gas line from nearby St. Matthews which eliminates the need for propane and the risk of running out in the cold winter months. The houses all contain the latest Choretronics 2 controllers. There are three 6” wells on the property and two generators with automatic transfer switch. The farm is also connected to the county water line for an added layer of protection and backup to the wells. There is a 112’x40’ stacking shed that is less than ten years old. This is a great opportunity to own a working chicken farm that has been very well kept.