Pig and plant breeding property
Pig and plant breeding property located in the village of Koed north of Kolind in Djursland. The property initially had production of lakes and piglets. This has subsequently been changed to slaughter pigs. The stables are currently standing. empty and in terms of the location of the property and the condition of the buildings it is not expected that animal operation will resume on the property. The soil is operated with conventional plant breeding.
The registered area of the property is 82,6486 ha distributed on 41.7 ha of arable land (sand mud jb. 2-3) located at the property, 14 ha of arable land (Sundjord blue dune / brown dune) located in Kolindsund, 2.65 ha laid out with permanent grass / recreation area. The remaining area of 22.94 ha is building parcel, forest and planting etc.
Listed in red stones with eternity roofs and older windows. It is furnished as follows: Entrance, kitchen with dining area, living room, room, living room, hallway, toilet, bathroom, room, utility room and older bathroom. On the 1st floor is the repos, review room, living room / living room and room. Woodwork, windshields, windows etc. stands for replacement, just as the walls are attacked by rubble. A house that contains some nice frames and details, but it stands for a thorough renovation.
Has been primarily used for pig production and grain and machine storage and consists of the following:
Listed with steel arches, ethernet roofs and clad with steel plates. There are gates in the gable and loose bottom. A side building has been added, which has been used for straw and machine storage,
Listed in fund blocks and ethernittag. Is equipped with 3 sections for piglets / pigs. There are 4 paths per day. section that can handle approx. 140 piglets or 80 pigs per pig. section. In the remainder of the building are older barn with deep bedding paths. These have not been in operation for some years.
Listed in red stones and eternite roofs. There are 3 stables sections that were originally stables for lakes, but which have been changed to slaughter pigs with approx. 200 slots per housing section.
Listed in red stones, ethernite roofs and wooden posts as supporting structures. Previously used for grain and feed storage.
Freestanding straw fir "Faust", which heats the farmhouse and formerly some of the stables.
In general, the production equipment in the buildings is worn and does not meet the current requirements for production conditions, etc.
The property is sold from a bankruptcy estate and thus under the usual estate liability waiver clause.