10 House poultry broiler farm located in Lawrence County, MS, situated on 77.81+/- surveyed acres. The current seller established this farm in 1995 as an eight-house farm. In 1999 two additional houses were added. The farm was extensively upgraded in 2021 to include Plasson drinkers, new water lines, new feed lines, new Rotem computers, Georgia Poultry feed bins, new tunnel fans, new cooling cells, new vent doors, and more. The majority of the houses run 54-inch Windstorm fans, with houses 1 and 6 running 48-inch fans. The houses are equipped with Innovation dimmers and LED lighting. Two 150KW Generators are set to come on in the event of a power outage. If the generators ever fail, the drop curtain siding will keep your flock from overheating. This farm has a contract with one of the most prestigious poultry businesses around and consistently puts out 7+ lb. birds with 95%+ survival rates. There are three wells in good repair servicing this farm. Propane tanks are leased from Jack Morris Gas. A litter shed with dividers and an equipment shed is on site. Approximately 40 acres of the property consist of fenced pasture land. As an added bonus, this farm has some woods, an established food plot, and a shooting house. This farm is ideally centered between Brookhaven, McComb, Monticello, Tylertown, and Columbia, Mississippi.
214 Dummy Line Road, Jayess, Mississippi 39641
Directions from the Intersection of Jayess Road & Hwy 44 in Jayess, MS: Travel Hwy 44 for . 8 miles. Turn right onto Dummy Line Rd and continue for 1 mile. The property will be on the right.
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Blake was born and raised in Lincoln County, MS in the small town of Bogue Chitto. After high school, he knew he wanted a career helping people. Blake completed his paramedic degree and served as a paramedic in Lincoln, Copiah, Franklin, and Lawrence Counties. After six years of dedicated service in emergency care, Blake began his career in real estate. Blake carried that same desire he had for helping others and putting their needs first into his career as a real estate agent.
Blake grew up working the family cattle farm and spent his free time hunting, fishing, and enjoying all things outdoors. Blake, his wife Brittany Rawls Sasser of Pike County, and their son Logan now own a small piece of that family cattle farm where they reside today.