Bramhale is a well-maintained pig farm located west of Haderslev. The company has a total land area of 119.8905 ha, of which the area of rotation is 108.86 ha. In addition, there are 7.5 ha. forest reserve. The animal production has been based on 500 year sows with sales of 30 ...
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Bramhale is a well-maintained pig farm located west of Haderslev.
The company has a total land area of 119.8905 ha, of which the area of rotation is 108.86 ha. In addition, there are 7.5 ha. forest reserve.
Animal production has been based on 500 sows with sales of 30 kg. pigs. The plant has previously been rented out and is now empty.
The living room was originally built in 1841 with a total living area of 340 sqm. The house is continuously renovated, including new exterior wall, plinth and roof from 1990. The house is in good condition and appears aesthetically beautiful and well-dimensioned.
In addition, two employee residences belong. Bramhalevej 43 is located behind the property and built in 1900 with a total living area of 217 sqm. The house appears whitewashed and applied with red brick. Adjacent to the house is a carport. The house is in good condition and is rented out. Bramhalevej 47 is situated in extension of the farm buildings, built in 2001, with a total living area of 74 sqm. The dwelling is built in red stones and laid with red brick. Combined with the house there is a double garage. The house is in good condition and is rented out. There is the possibility of continuing the leases.
The farm buildings that surround the courtyard are beautifully designed for living with associated piglets. Entrance via the courtyard and front room and then to the plant itself as follows:
1. Danger stall - with a total of 135 farrowing pens - divided into 2.5 sections. The stable is equipped with traditional rear-facing box paths with 2/3 fixed floor with floor heating (which is not used though), since rubber mats are used in the pig holes.
2. Pregnancy stable with 5 paths with hotel system, respectively. 4 x 16 boxes and 1 x 26 boxes. There is also room for extra lakes that are fed via long cribs in the loose operation area.
3. Pregnancy stall in connection with running and control department - 4 paths of 15 boxes, also with room for several lakes that are fed via long crib in the loose operation area.
4. Running and control department with 123 boxes and one relief path.
5. Former climate rooms (5 sections) are used for relief boxes with partial deep bedding and one section fitted with paint mixing plants.
6. Former slaughterhouse stables are used for the housing of pregnant sows - a total of 16 paths with partly fixed floors.
7. Small pig farm with a total of 8 sections, respectively. 2 x 18 trails and 6 x 12 trails. The stable is traditionally furnished with 50% solid floor and 50% slits, cover with heating lamps and wet feeding.
8. Covered delivery room in connection with the piglet farm.
There is fed with home-mixed feed in the running and control department as well as in gestation stables and dry food in the remaining sections via the Big Dutchmann feed system.
In connection with the plant, half straw was built in 1990 at 696 sqm. In addition, detached machinery and workshop built in 1975 of 415 sqm. with fixed base.
Silo capacity of 3 x 420 t in Harvestore gas-tight silos.
Slurry capacity of respectively. 2 x 3,095 m3 with cover and 1,000 m3.
The property is heated by straw.
The areas belonging to the property are well arranged at and around the buildings. The soil consists predominantly of sand-mixed clay soil.
There is also the possibility to buy non-residential property located in Bjerning (approx. 7 km from the property) of 31.5 ha.
Contact Landbogruyn SYD for presentation and further information.