Baeza Feed LLC. is legally described as follows:
Lots 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10, Block 19, Original Town of Marfa; and,
a 1.265 acre tract out of Survey 244, Block 8, G.H. & S. A. Railroad Company,
described in Volume 310, Page 401, Official Public Records of Presidio County, Texas,
containing 1.80736 acres, more or less.
Baeza Feed LLC. is composed of the surface estate of 1.80736 acres, more or less, the building improvements, equipment and fixtures located thereon. Baeza Feed LLC. is composed of a commercial livestock feed manufacturing facility, warehouse, office and retail sales structure situated on W. El Paso St. in Marfa, Texas. The livestock feed manufacturing and storage facility is located along the north side of El Paso St., while the office, retail sales and warehouse structures are located along the south side of El Paso St. The mill facility by design, construction and function is a special use facility.
Baeza Feed LLC. was constructed approximately 55 years ago and has been in continuous operation as a commercial livestock feed manufacturing facility ever since. The majority of the equipment present in the facility is original; however, diligent routine maintenance and repair has afforded continued function at original levels of production. The design, construction and lay-out of the feed mill equipment is traditional, yet contemporary. The design of the facility affords the production capacity of an estimated eight (8) tons of feed per hour. It is reported that typical, normal operation of the facility yields a production of five (5) tons of feed per hour. On this basis, the facility typically operates under capacity; however, utilization of the facility at a rate under capacity may explain the reason the mill equipment continues to operate functionally with consideration given to its age. Not withstanding advances in feed mill technology, the subject facility manufactures livestock feed efficiently.
The livestock feed manufacturing and storage facility is composed of a 13,102.4 square foot (s.f.) wood frame, galvanized tin sided and roofed structure with a poured concrete slab floor elevated 52 inches above grade.
Attached to the entire length of the south side of the structure is a 1,939.5 s.f loading dock constructed poured concrete. The eastern 11,100.0 s.f of the structure possesses an eleven (11) foot wall height and is primarily utilized for the storage of sacked, manufactured livestock feed. The north side of this portion of the structure possesses five (5) sliding doors leading to elevated loading docks. These docks afford access to the structure from a railroad siding which no longer exists. As such, these doors and docks possess no utility. The western 2,002.4 s.f. portion of the structure possesses a wall height ranging from 32 to 44 feet and houses some of the milling equipment. Underlying part of this portion of the building is a 510 s.f basement which is 24 foot deep. The basement is constructed of poured concrete walls and floor and houses some of the milling equipment.
Attached to the eastern portion of the structure is an area enclosed by chain-link fencing. This area serves as a storage facility for fencing materials, water troughs and other items sold through the retail supply store.
Attached to the west end of the structure is a 280 s.f covered area constructed of steel framing with galvanized tin roofing. This area houses four (4) overhead bulk feed storage bins constructed of welded steel with bottom delivery doors.
Adjoining this area to the west is a 521.7 s.f. wood frame, galvanized tin sided and roofed structure which contains the grain receiving pit. The grain pit is steel lined and capable of receiving 16 tons, or 600 bushels, of grain. Adjoining the west side of the grain pit is a 58 foot long hydraulic lift dump facilitating for the delivery of grains from motor transport vehicles.
Located north of this structure are three (3) commodity storage tanks , a vegetable oil storage tank and a phosphate storage tank. All of these tanks are constructed of bolted plate steel. The commodity storage tanks are serviced by an eight (8) inch diameter 60 foot long steel encased auger which delivers the commodities to the mill via a four (4) hole elevator delivery leg which is 85 feet tall. The auger is powered by a three horse power electric motor (3 hpem). The vegetable oil tank is heated by an electric element with the contents delivered to the mill by a 2X2 Roper centrifugal pump powered by a 3hpem. A similar sized pump and motor deliver the contents of the phosphate tank to the mill.
Located south of the grain receiving pit is a 972.76 s.f wood frame, galvanized sided and roofed structure which houses a repair shop and the molasses storage tanks, heaters and pumps. The repair shop occupies approximately 613.88 s.f and possesses a poured concrete floor. In addition to serving as a repair shop, the area contains a Model 780 boiler manufactured by Williams & Davis. The boiler is fueled by natural gas and powered by a 120 hpem. The molasses structure occupies approximately 358.88 s.f. and contains two (2) welded plate steel storage tanks, each with a capacity of 13 tons. The tanks are heated and serviced by two (2) 3X2 Dorris centrifugal pumps powered by two (2) 5hp electric motors.
Located to the west is an abandoned molasses storage tank and a plate steel tank utilized for boiler clean-out. The clean-out tank drains boiler condensate into the public sewer system.
Situated west of the main manufacturing facility is a 3,000 s.f open-span structure utilized for the storage of hay that has suffered minor fire damage. The structure is constructed of steel materials with three sides enclosed with steel panels and a pitched steel roof. Vertical exterior wall height is 20 feet and the flooring is earthen. The contents of the structure are secured by gates on the open side.
Situated to the south of the mill facility is a 1,793 s.f one-story office structure constructed of masonry materials with a pier and beam foundation and a steel pitched roof. The interior of the structure is partitioned into several offices utilizing wood frame walls with dry-wall or wood paneling. According to a certified survey prepared by Kenneth W. Hagar, dated May 12, 1998, the eastern roof eave of this structure protrudes 1.7 feet on to the adjoining property to the east. Due to design and construction, this structure is adaptable to a variety of uses.
Attached to the rear of the office structure is a 1,200 s.f open-span steel structure utilized as a warehouse. This structure constructed of steel framing with enamel coated steel panels for side walls and roofing with a concrete slab on-grade foundation. Exterior access to the structure is obtained from a 10 foot tall overhead door on the south side. Other access is obtained from a door-way on the west side which adjoins another attached storage building. The structure is lighted and insulated. Due to design and construction, this structure is adaptable to a variety of uses.
Attached to the west side of the office and warehouse building is a 2,480 s.f structure, of which approximately 1,480 s.f functions as a retail showroom and 1,000 s.f serves as storage. The structure is constructed of steel framing with three (3) steel walls and a sloped steel roof The foundation is concrete slab on-grade. The interior of the retail area is finished with suspended ceiling, recessed flourescent lighting and wood paneled walls. The interior of the storage portion of the structure is lighted and insulated. The actual age of the structure is approximately 18 years. Due to design and construction, this structure is adaptable to a variety of uses. A portion of the retail space could focus primarily on Wildlife, with land ownership changing hands this has been an undeveloped source of revenue. With the implementation of MLD permits extending the Mule Deer season over several months and Trans Pecos Mule Deer remaining one of the last free chase species this market could be further capitalized on. As well as Aoudad, Blue Quail, Desert Big Horn, Pronghorn could be focused on with the sale of guzzlers, feeders, game cams, etc. using this large retail space.
The land area of Baeza Feed LLC. not occupied by building improvements and mill fixtures is earthen surfaced and utilized for vehicle parking or vehicle access to the feed mill buildings.
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