"Sdr. Mosegård" is a beautiful and well run property, which is run by approx. 115 dairy cows SDM with breeding and plant breeding. Located on the eastern Djursland between Ebeltoft and Grenå by Hyllested. The property is constantly developed and renewed, and everything appears in very good condition. In addition to the main property, there is another building without property located northeast of Dråby.
The registered area of the property amounts to 46,3668 ha for Bispemosevej 1 and 16,7688 ha for building without property / Stubbe Søvej. A total of 63,1356 ha, of which 56.94 ha are arable land. The land is gathered in a parcel around the building parcel, and the building without property is approx. 6 km south of the property. The soil is of varying quality from clay soil to sandy soil and humus soils. The soil on Bispemosevej can be watered. There is field irrigation drilling and there are buried hydrants.
Is mainly built in stone, yellow-painted facade and etherittage. Is designed for dairy cows, young animals and calves. In addition, machine houses and barns for grain and straw storage. In connection with the stables are outdoor driving silos for roughage as well as manure containers.
Built with steel arches, 25 degree pitch eternity roof and open in tilt. The walls are yellow concrete elements and tramp. Aluminum gates in the gables. The stable is a four-row bed stall that is arranged as follows: One side bed stalls divided into 2 rows, the other side also 2 rows bed stalls divided into a smaller section for dairy cows and sections for gold cows. A total of 130 beds for cows, and 3 sections with a total of 68 beds for heifers. There is a feeding table in the middle of the stable with 130 catch cages for the cows and 64 catch cages for the heifers. The slits are grooved and with scrapers and circular in the slurry channels. In the ceiling are suspended fans to increase air exchange during hot periods. At the end of the barn is the gathering place and milking parlor: 2 x 8 - 50 degrees herringbone milking parlor from Delaval year. 1998, raise / adjustable floor and power feed allocation. Next to the milking parlor is the barn office.
Listed in stone and eternit roof. Are older stables that have been converted into 4 large boxes with deep bedding and solid floor at the feed stall. Vacuum tubes have also been drawn into the barn, so that it is possible to milk in buckets.
Equipped with deep litter boxes for animals that need relief. Extending the stable is the farm's workshop.
Built in stone, polished facade and eternit roof from 2015, with vaulted ceiling above the barn. Equipped with 5 deep litter boxes with chapters for 4 calves per day. box. 12 whole milk / single boxes.
Listed in yellow stones, steel arches and ethernite roofs. Decorated with center feeding table and 2 boxes with slatted floors and deep bed areas. There is room for a total of 20 heifers.
Between the calving department and the calf barn is a tank room with 8,000 liters of cooling tank "Delaval" year. 2006. The heat from the milk cooling is conducted in the heating system to the farmhouse.
Adjacent to the calf barn and the juvenile barn are barn with power feed silo 18 t and purchased feed materials. At the end of the barn is established enclosed molded grain pit "Perstrup 36t", from which there is the transport of grain and purchased feed. Outside the barn are 2 pieces. fiberglass silos of 750 tonnes of grain per PCS.
Built with steel arches, eternit roof replaced in 2007, and the sides lined with green steel plates. Ca. 1/4 of the building has a cast floor, gravel floor in the remainder.
Listed with steel arches, ethernite roofs, covered with green steel sheets and gravel floor.
3 pieces. running silos of 900 kbm and 2 pcs. running silos of 500 kbm. The feed storage is thus preferably in silos where there is molded space in front of the silos so that one can move dry even in the wet periods.
There are 2 slurry containers of 750 kbm and 1500 kbm respectively.
Detached residence surrounded by east facing garden and courtyard. Is built in stone, plastered facade and eternit roof as well as "wood / alu" glazed windows. It is furnished as follows: Utility room, hallway, storage room, bathroom, office, where drinking water softening system is installed, combined kitchen / dining room and living room, living room with wood stove and dining room. On the first floor is a bathroom, 3 rooms and a living room. The built-up area of the farmhouse is 211 square meters and the first floor is 102 square meters of housing, a total of 313 square meters, of which 14 square meters are used for commercial purposes, and the total living space is 299 square meters.