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Højengård is a pig production located at Krogager, south of Grindsted.
The animal production is based on 600 sows with sales of 30 kg. pigs. There is a high health status in the herd (Blue SPF), and 33.5 pigs are weaned per. sow. Own breeding of young animals with core control.
The company has 149.9 ha of cadastral area, of which approx. 136 ha are eligible and of this, approx. 131 ha in rotation. Of this, 8.44 ha are planted with Christmas trees, which are leased to Christmas tree buyers.
The soil consists predominantly of coarse-sand soil, with smaller areas of humus soil. The ground is absolutely well allotted, located at and around the building set.
The production takes place in a contemporary stable facility, divided into 3 buildings. All stable buildings are built in brick elements with plasterboard roofs in the period 2004-2007 with good logistical conditions. The sow herd is located in 2 contiguous buildings, where the farrowing shed and running department are located in one, and pregnant sows, as well as the running control department are located in the other.
The farrowing pen is rationally arranged, with 4 sections of 28 side-facing farrowing paths plus a section with 14 side-facing farrowing paths. In the same building there is a running control department with 58 boxes, corresponding to 2 weekly teams. In addition, pole section with 2 paths with partially solid floor. At the end of the farrowing pen, a climate container has been set up for the smallest pigs.
The gestation stable is connected to the farrowing stall via 2 corridors. Part of the sows in the gestation barn are fed according to the cafeteria principle, where the sows go in 8 teams of 26 sows, with access to 2 cafeteria systems with 26 eating places in each. The rest of the pregnant sows go in common boxes with floor feeding.
The piglet barn is located north of the sow barn, and is arranged with 6 sections with 16 paths in each section. There is 1/3 solid floor in the paths with underfloor heating. All sections are with Forest ventilation, as well as phase feeding with the option of 4 components.
South of the stable buildings is a partially insulated workshop with a lunch room, which has a solid floor and good leg height. In addition, a half roof which is used for straw storage and machines. To the east of the stable buildings is a large machine house, which has previously been used for grain drying - furnished with a solid floor, and divided by a drying channel through the building.
The property has 2 covered slurry tanks of 2000 and 1289 m³, respectively, corresponding to approximately 9 months of production.
The farmhouse for the property was built in 1868 with a total living area of 294m², which is currently arranged for 2 tenancies for employees. The house appears in normal condition with red-painted plastered walls, and is roofed with concrete roof tiles.
Stables and farmhouses are heated with straw heaters.
The properties can alternatively be acquired without the two buildingless properties on Refshøjvej.
The properties are sold for bankruptcy estate with full disclaimer.
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