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George Clift, ALC
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Frisia Hartley Dairy

$14,000,000 1600 Acres
Property ID 2841016


Frisia Hartley Dairy is a 3,900 head Free Stall Dairy located in Hartley County, southeast of Hartley, TX. Built in 2002, with additions from 2004 to 2008, this Dairy comfortably milks 3,900 head three times a day utilizing its 80 cow rotary parlor outfitted with Westfalia Surge equipment.

In addition to the free stall barns, there are open lot pens that have 5,008 locking stanchions of various widths to accommodate growing stock. However, young stock are being developed off-site at this time.

This property includes approximately 1,600 acres, of which 1,000 +/- acres are under irrigation. There are seven sprinkler systems that will convey to the buyer.

This dairy facility can be a turnkey business. The facility includes four free stall barns, a hospital barn, a maternity barn, a calf barn, an open lot for young stock, a commodity barn, hay barns, and silage pits. The rolling stock and livestock will be available to purchase separately. Frisia Hartley Dairy is located in a prime irrigated feed growing area, and markets its milk to Hilmar Cheese Plant in Dalhart, TX. This dairy has a great track record of profits. It has consistently ranked as a top producing supplier for the Hilmar Cheese Plant.

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George Clift, ALC

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3430 I-40 West
Amarillo, TX 79102

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