McCarley Farm is a 4 house (40×500) broiler poultry farm in Franklin County, AL, contracted with the Russellville Pilgrim’s Pride complex raising a 9.5 lb bird on a 63 day grow out. It is located on 37+/- acres outside of Hodges, AL near the Franklin/Marion County Line. The houses were built in 1999 and updated in 2012. The houses have Rotem controllers, Roxell feeders, Lubing drinkers, 12 fans per house, LB White spark ignite radiant brooders, full metal outside walls, and solid interior walls. The farm runs on city water, LP gas, with Alabama Power as the electric provider. The farm comes with a de-cake machine, skid steer, and single-wide mobile home located on the property. There is a nice enclosed shop building with concrete floor, a stack house, and another large barn.
This is a great opportunity on a well-maintained farm. Both Pilgrim’s and MarJac operate in this area. Historical gross income has averaged over $180,000 per year. There is plenty of room for a home, and to convert some of the land into pasture. Financing this farm will likely require 15% down payment in cash or pledgeable assets. All buyers must be prequalified with a poultry farm lender prior to visiting the farm. No entry without a listing agent present. All persons visiting the farm will be required to follow all guidelines from Pilgrim’s Pride for visitors and our Standard Operating Procedures. Please reach out to us for a list of potential lenders and to obtain a copy of our Standard Operating Procedures.
Robert King 256-252-9239
Randall Upchurch 256-239-5379