Make your breeding dollars work! Mature bulls can breed more cows in rough country. Powerful set of registered black Angus bulls.Virgin 2 year old bulls, fully tested, gentle, broke to cake, range raised, have been worked with horse or on foot. This is a great set of bulls, call today for one or a truckload.
806-825-2711 ranch 806-470-2508 cell
Trailer load of 2 yr old PAP tested Angus bulls
PAP tested at Chama, NM 8,760 elev.
Good selection of bulls, some low birthweight
Breeding Quality Angus since 1949
For Sale 89 acre tract with a large scale livestock feeding facility and supporting infrastructure for up to 2000 head of livestock
There are two building sites on the property (north/south). The north site consists of a large scale livestock feeding facility, feed storage structures and a manure composting site with a liquid manure storage lagoon. The south site consists of a livestock housing/feeding facility.
CATTLE BARN #1: (100x798, 32x32 office/garage) Builder: Lester Building Built: 2010/2013 Barn: Full concrete floor with interior divided into group pens. Some pens are divided by interior 7 ft height concrete walls, other pens by gates. A concrete apron extends both south and north of the building with the north apron gated for cattle movement (drovers lane). It also serves as the drive by feeding alley with a "J" bunk and neck rail. The west end of the facility is configured for a special needs area with individual or small group pens and a cattle chute with lock up. The north apron is for manure handling. A series of rain water collection points are spaced along the feed alley and are plumbed to allow controlled run off. Manure is scraped to the north apron/alley and moved to triangle shaped short term concrete holding areas. Manure is then moved to the compost pad area with liquids draining off to a (3) million gallon liquid manure pit. Trough waterers are set between each pen. Gating is metal. The colored metal roof is mono sloped and raised to the south to a height of 28.5 ft and slopes down northward to a height of 16 ft. The roof is supported by steel columns set on concrete piers being approximately 6 ft above the concrete floor with additional cable anchors. The roof is wood framed truss and wood purlins. The north wall has a split curtain and the building is fully open to the south. The roof and side walls were upgraded/replaced in 2013 post storm. All areas that come in contact with cattle are concrete for steel. The building has shown little physical deterioration over the past five years. Office/Garage/Loading Chute: (32x32). This west side addition is configured for a 20x19 office, 10x19 triangular shaped utility/restroom with the balance being a garage and cattle loading chute area. The exterior is insulated colored metal and is wood framed, colored metal roof. A heated concrete floor exists in the office and restroom/utility room. This room has sink/commode, plywood walls, LP gas hot water heater, and water distribution lines. Office interior is drywall with insulated colored metal ceiling. 400 amp electrical panel. Service doors and windows. Concrete floor in garage and cattle chute area.
MACHINE SHED/SHOP BUILDING: (60x250x18 = 15,000 sq ft) A "Lesters" Brand pole building with colored metal exterior surfaces. Built 2014. A concrete perimeter base runs along the outside wall of the structure. Shop portion (60x70x18 = 4200 sq ft). Full heated concrete floor. Enclosed utility room houses LP fired boiler, electric service, and water service. Insulated 8ft plywood (lower) and 10ft colored metal (upper) interior wall surfaces, insulated colored metal ceiling. (1) 30x16 overhead door, (1) exterior service door, and (1) interior service door. Estimated 10x60 wood floor mezzanine storage area. Full lighting, electrical and compressed air lines installed. Storage portion (60x180x18 = 10,400 sq ft). Gravel/dirt floor, translucent panels on gable portion of end wall and top two feet of side walls. (3) Split slider doors and (2) service doors.
COMMODITY SHED: (30x110) Three sided, 10 foot concrete walls and concrete floor open to the southeast. Wood framed construction above with colored metal ends, 8ft west side and mono sloped colored metal roof. Concrete apron area.
BUNKER SILOS: (130x125) (3) bays with 16 ft precast side walls (1) bays with 12 ft precast side walls Concrete approach apron on east side. End wall on west side.
CATTLE BARN #2: (100x130) This structure is of similar design and configuration as cattle barn #1. Mono sloped colored metal roof on wood trusses and steel columns. Concrete floor, open bay to be configured as pens with steel gates. North wall has curtain side walls, "J" bunk to the south for drive by feeding and on the interior (west side) for drive through feeding. Waterers present. The north end has an overhead door and a load out area for manure in the northwest corner. The west concrete wall is built into the hillside.
COMPOST PAD: (estimated at 5 acres) A sloped concrete and asphalt pad used for manure stacking and composting. Pads slope allows surface water run off to a 3.3 million gallon bentonite lined lagoon located immediately to the east. (The manure lagoon is valued separately within the subjects site valuation). The concrete/asphalt pad and leachate containment lagoon are NRCS and WI DNR compliant.
Water: (2) wells
Sanitary: Holding tank
Manure Storage: 5 acre compost floor (asphalt and concrete) used for