The property Højlystgaard is a former pig property that is empty of herd. It is located north of Hobro. The property consists of 2 building plots with land and 1 building without land. Land: The total area of the property is 47,0751 ha, of which 35.12 ha are arable land and 1.72 ha permanent grass. ...
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The property Højlystgaard is a former pig property that is empty of herd. It is located north of Hobro. The property consists of 2 building plots with land and 1 building without land.
Land: The total area of the property is 47,0751 ha, of which 35.12 ha are arable land and 1.72 ha permanent grass. The rest is forest and meadow, which is not sought for support, building parcel etc. See overview map in sales list.
Operating buildings: On the main property the operating buildings for the older part are listed in plastered whitewashed walls and red stones. The newer buildings with sister elements. All the roofs are of eternite. Property 2 is, for the most part, in white-cold walls and paneling, as well as the barn's barn with an eternity roof. They consist of the following:
Main property: The property's operational buildings are designed for 600 lakes with 30 kgs of production. However, the old farm buildings are so worn and old that it would not be ideal to renovate them. However, there are some buildings that could be designed for piglets. In addition, there is a 24-room climate shed, which according to BBR is 1003 m2 and is equipped with 2 buffer sections with 4 paths. There is room for 200 pigs in total. Furthermore, there are 8 sections with 12 paths in each. There is room for 28 pigs in each section. Total approx. 2,600 pigs. There are 1/3 grate and 2/3 solid floor with heat and cover.
Slurry containers: 3 pcs. of 820 m3, 820 m3 and 1960 m3. They should all appear in 2019.
Farmhouse: The house, which according to BBR built in 1880, has been renovated on several occasions. There is a registered living area of 229 m2. The accommodation is arranged as follows: Hallway with tiled floor, large living room with wood stove, kitchen family room, bathroom with shower, storage room and office. On the first floor there is a storage room, 3 bedrooms and a bedroom.
This property is totally run down and is for demolition only. There are slurry containers that have been taken out of service. In addition, there is a lease on antenna mast.
Conclusion: Older property that can be used for pig production and plant breeding. Sold out for crew and machinery.