2106 North School Street
Charleston, AR 72933

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Lori Hula-Lay and Frank Lay

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Lori Hula-Lay and Frank Lay
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Pending
$695,000
Broiler Farm
3 Bedrooms
2 Full Bathrooms
4 Units
Interior: 1,586 sqft
Lot: 59.62 acre(s)
Year Built: 1991
 

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OK Foods Broiler Farm
$695,000
Charleston, AR

LAND

According to the Franklin County Assessor, there is 59.62 acres of land in a rectangular parcel bounded on two sides by a county maintained gravel road.  The land has not been surveyed.  Most of the land is level to gently rolling pasture.  There is about 3 acres of wooded land in the northeast corner.  The pasture is cross fenced into two units 48 acres/4 acres.  The remainder of the land is used for the poultry houses and residence.  The owner states that he owns the mineral rights.  The owner supplements the poultry income by grazing 65-75 head of cattle.  The farm is located one mile north of town.  Charleston Public Schools provide K-12 schools and school bus transportation to the farm.  Utilities are provided by Arkansas Valley Electric, City of Charleston water and AOG natural gas.  Annual estimated taxes are $1,589.00 less the homestead tax credit of $375.00.

DWELLING

Home is a 1,586 sq.ft. frame construction built in 1991.  The finished basement is 1,058 sq.ft. with a master bedroom, master bath, cedar lined walk in closet, den and walkout door.  Upstairs is 2 bedrooms and 1 bath with living room and kitchen.  There is an attached storage room, sun room with washer and dryer, and a two car carport.  The exterior is brick and vinyl with an asphalt shingle roof.

OUTBUILDINGS

There are several older buildings that are fully depreciated but retain value for storage.  An old chicken house 40X245 is used for hay and equipment storage. The back end of the house was damaged by wind which caused the deactivation.  A second old chicken house of the same vintage burned and was removed.  There is an old block dairy barn 30X30, a metal equipment shed 50X40, and a pole shed 15X70.

CHICKEN HOUSES

2 - 40X400 wood truss, drop ceiling, broiler houses built 1998.  These houses have solid metal side walls over curtains.  Three years ago they were updated with new insulation, new water and feed lines, new tunnel fans and vent doors, and new tube heaters.  In the past year additional updates include all new control rooms with new wiring and plumbing, new LED brood lights, pump, inlet machine tube, main breakers, additional 20 ft of cool cells for a total of 85 ft. with new pumps and tanks, tunnel doors behind cool cells.  Added also two 54 inch tunnel fans per house with cone belt exhaust fans and new wiring.

One 40X400 wood truss, drop ceiling broiler house built 2006.  It was built as a solid north wall south side curtain house, now has solid metal over curtains on the south side.  This house was updated 3 years ago with new insulation, new water and feed lines, new tunnel fans and vent doors and new tube heaters.  In the past year additional updates include all new control rooms with new equipment, wiring and plumbing.  Also new brood lights, pump, inlet machine tube, main breakers, new LED lights, extended cool cells to 85 ft. with new pumps and tanks, tunnel doors behind cool cells.  Added two new 54 inch fans and a 36 inch fan with new wiring.

One 40X400 wood truss, drop ceiling broiler house built 2008 with full metal side walls and insulation.  Similar equipment was added to this house as the house listed above.  All four chicken houses are served by well water with city water back up.  Heat is provided by natural gas.  The owner built a water storage pond this year.  It has not been connected to the water system as a back up source.  The back up generator is 150KW John Deere diesel with 432 hours on the clock.

One 40X80 litter shed/compost.  The main litter area is dirt floor, the compost shed is 12X80 concrete floor.  The building is wood truss with metal roof, concrete footers and treated walls. This building was built in 2009.

Overall bid for 2020 updates was $156,508.  All the work is finished and paid for.  As an incentive to make the updates, OK Foods agreed to share $77,706.15 paid annually over 5 years.  The seller received the first payment of $15,541.23 in September, 2021.  The remaining four annual payment of the incentive agreement will transfer to the buyer. Seller will convey all farm equipment and extra parts with the sale.  List of equipment available upon request.
 
 

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Lori Hula-Lay and Frank Lay

Lori Hula-Lay and Frank Lay
HULA COUNTRY
(479) 452-5597
Email:  [email protected]
www.hulacountry.com

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2106 North School Street
Charleston, AR 72933

$695,000

Property photo
Pending
Broiler Farm
3 Bedrooms
2 Full Bathrooms
4 Units
Interior: 1,586 sqft
Lot: 59.62 acre(s)
Year Built: 1991

PENDING 59 Acre Broiler Farm with Residence

Backup offers only...Updated Four Broiler Houses with Home on 59 acres...call Frank Lay 479-414-4402

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Lori Hula-Lay and Frank Lay

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HULA COUNTRY
Phone: (479) 452-5597
[email protected]

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