Parker Farm-Breeder Farm in Marshall County, AL Seller concession to the buyer at closing in the amount of $30,000. Parker Farm is a four house Breeder Hen Farm located near the community of Asbury in Marshall County, Alabama. This farm was built in 2008 and has 4 40x400 production space houses. The farm currently contracts with Tyson Foods. Gross Annual Income ranges from $280,000 to $310,000. The seller will give the buyer a concession at closing in the amount of $30,000. The farm has 18+/- acres +/- with breathtaking views of Town Creek and Lake Guntersville. The farm features Rotem Controllers Two Houses share an egg room with connecting hallways Big Dutchman Pan Feeders for Males, Chain Feeders for Females Lubing Drinkers Munters Fans 8-54 2-36 Shenandoah Nests Wood Slats with Curbed walls 3 doors on the rear of the houses for clean out City Water Firewall in each hallway Gravel Bio Security belt around each house and all load out areas Recently updated all cabling for winching, drops for winching, chains and sprockets on tunnel machines, and cages on chain feeders This farm is well equipped and well maintained. A new flock of birds were placed on the farm the week of December 14 and will be in production soon. This is a great time to purchase a farm and receive the peak production income. There is a small office building that has a bathroom on the farm. There is also a litter barn that has a shop in a side shed. There are several homesites on the property that have great views over Town Creek Gorge. This farm will require a down payment of around $200,000-$250,000. All buyers that request to visit the farm will have to show proof of these funds or fill out a Qualify to Visit a Poultry Farm provided by a PoultrySouth Team Member, before visiting the farm. Absolutely no visitors on this farm unless a PoultrySouth Team Member is present. This farm is a bio secure area and all visitors must abide by the PoultrySouth and Tyson Foods Standard Operating Procedures. Disclaimer There is no mortality freezer at the farm currently. The buyer will be responsible for purchasing a new mortality freezer for the farm.