Five Points Poultry is a six house broiler farm located in Dale County. This farm has a total of six houses that are 50×500, four were built in 2011 and two were built in 2013. Pilgrims is the integrator for the farm raising a 3.8 lb bird on a 35 day grow out. This farm is being sold as a turn key operation. The farm has historical income of over $400,000 including litter sales (income is performance based). Production costs are low on this farm with natural gas, good wells, solid side walls, and a mild climate allow for very efficient production.
A few features of the poultry houses are Choretime Feed Lines, Ziggity Water Lines, Choretronic Controllers, LB White Tube Heat, Front House Brood, 85 foot per side of Reeves 6 inch recirculating cool cells, 11-54” inch fans, 2-48’ inch exhaust fans, Eagan Bi-Fold Doors, Chain Walls, Paired Bins serving one house, Attic Vents, to name just a few features. As of November 2015 Pilgrims states that these houses need no upgrades. A few of the farm equipment items include a Kubota 9540 with loader, Skid Steer, Pull Type Spreader, Litter Blade, Litter Plow, House Keeper, and other items.
Other improvements on the farm include a Brick Home that is a 4 bedroom, 3 bath. This home has a salt water pool. This home is very modern and well maintained. The shop has an enclosed bay area with concrete floors and a full bath. The remainder of the area is a covered equipment storage area. A mobile home is currently being used for a farm manager’s home. A litter barn has storage room for a large clean out. Mortality is disposed through mortality freezers. The property is partially open with some in pasture.
There are many more details that the listing agents will be glad to share with serious inquiries. This farm is a great option to get into the poultry industry and skip the construction period. This farm can be shown to serious inquiries only. Before any visits can be made to this bio secure farm, you must sign a Standard Operating Procedure that can be provided by the listing agents. All visitors must be pre-qualified with a lender capable of lending money on a poultry farm before any visit to the farm. Visitors must also abide by the bio security guidelines set by Pilgrims.