Otero Farms is a Cattle and Poultry Farm raising Pullets in Houston County, AL. This farm is integrated with Purdue Farms. There are 2 poultry houses under one roof. The structure spans 60x660 feet built in 2007. The farm will maintain around 29,000 birds total for a 22 week growout, 23,000 are pullets, 6,000 roosters. This farm is up to date for Purdues Specs as of September 2015. This farm has Big Dutchman Feed Lines, Ziggity Waterers, Radiant Brooders, Recirculating Cool Cells, Hired Hand Controllers, and Bird Scales in the houses. This farm is paid on a square footage pay scale on a weekly schedule. Purdue Farms also pays for the LP Gas and Shavings for the farm. The expenses for the owner will only include power, well maintenance, and poultry house maintenance. Making this farm very profitable. Pullets are also very easy to maintain and do not take large amounts of time to care for daily.
This farm has around 90+/- acres of fenced and cross fenced pasture with troughed waterers throughout the farm. These pastures have improved Bahaia Grass. There is a central lane that allows you to take cattle from several pastures to the barn and working facilities. Fencing consists of barb wire and high tensile allowing for easy rotational grazing and temporary cross fences. Farm Improvements include an Equipment barn that has the cattle working facilities under roof, Hay Barn, Litter Shed with Compost bins, Green House, Farm Pond, and a single wide mobile home. There are two orchard areas that are bare now, but have irrigation lines ready. You could plant around 200 peach or satsumas in those areas. Within 5 years this could be an added income source for the farm.
The home on the farm is a Brick Ranch Style home with 3 BR, 2 BA. This home was built in 2007. This home is very modern and has an open floor plan in the living room and kitchen. There is a large covered porch across the back of the house and a 2 car garage.
This farm has the potential income in the $90-95,000 per year based on prior performance. Power for the farm will cost around $400 per month. Then if you add the income from 40+/- brood cows, this becomes a very profitable farm. Otero Farms is one of the neatest farms you will find.
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