Farm house on 26 + acres, mostly clear land, with 5 - 40 x 500 chicken houses! It's hard to find just a farm house on 26 acres for $399,000, let alone with 5 chicken houses on it. Most of the equipment in the chicken houses is missing and the generator is missing. You can own this entire farm for less than what it's likely going to cost you to build just one new similar-sized chicken house.
Hunting potential too! A couple of acres of woods. Deer and turkeys in the area.
Five Chicken Houses, 40 x 500, built in the 90s. Three wells. Most equipment in the chicken houses is gone. There is no generator. The chicken houses have not been in operation for several years but the structures seem to be ok. The land is mostly clear. There is probably about nine or ten acres of tillable land. Two manure sheds. Some other farm buildings too. Crops, cattle, sheep, goats?
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