Par 5 Dairy, Dexter, New Mexico

Dexter, New Mexico

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Par 5 Dairy

Dexter, New Mexico

 The Par 5 Dairy went into operation in 1997.  The dairy is located 5 miles north of Dexter, New Mexico or 12 miles south of Roswell, New Mexico. 

 ACREAGE & WATER RIGHTS

The acres belonging to the Par 5 Dairy consists of a total of 563 acres with 40 acres of Artesian water rights and 354.2 acres of Shallow Water Rights.  According to the New Mexico State Engineer’s Office in Roswell, New Mexico, there are 114.2 acres (342.6-acre feet) of adjudicated Shallow water rights under File RA-1312. The priority date for the water rights is 1935. There are 40 acres (120-acre feet) of adjudicated Artesian water rights and 240 acres (720-acre feet) of adjudicated Shallow water rights under File RA-1500 and RA-342. The priority dates of these water rights are 1910 and 1937.

 IRRIGATION/WATER SYSTEM

Irrigation water for the property is provided by one Artesian and seven Shallow wells. Water is delivered via underground pipes to the dairy, center pivots, concrete ditches or gated pipe throughout the properties. The wells are tied to the waste water system which provides additional water to the cropland designated in the Discharge Plan. The dairy uses one well to supply the dairy only.  The wells pump to a RO system that pumps for use in the barn.  

See attached sheet for Well & Irrigation Information.

 DAIRY FACILITY (27,716 SF)

The milking barn was constructed in 1997 and is modern in design with concrete foundation and floor. Walls are concrete block and the roof is wood and metal framed with a metal roof. Interior finish is plaster and exposed concrete block. Exterior finish is stucco and painted concrete block. The milk house has total dimensions of 40 foot by 82 foot and contains the office/supply room, bathroom, milk room and equipment room. The equipment room is improved with a 10-foot-wide roll-up metal door for equipment replacement. Modern design double pit type construction. The parlors are concrete construction with a metal-framed galvanized metal roof. Interior and exterior walls are concrete block. The holding pens have above the ground sprinkler heads. Parlors have two return alleys located on either side of the pit and holding area. Windows/vents on center along parlor walls and ridge vents provide all ventilation. Parlor has large floor drains located near the front of the milking stalls. All wastewater is removed by gravity flow to the north end of the barn and removed from pumping pit.  

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 MILK EQUIPMENT

The facility is equipped with a double 20 Surge brand all-exit milking stalls in a herringbone configuration. Automatic and Manual take-offs and Surge brand pulsators. General description of the equipment as follows:

2 – Surge double 20 herringbone milking stalls with rapid exit

80 milking claws with pulsators and manual & automatic take-offs

4 – 3 hp milk pump                    1 – Mueller Plate Cooler             1 – Chiller

4- 7,000-gallon Mueller stainless bulk milk tanks

8 – Copeland air cooled refrigeration units for milk tanks and chiller

4 – Copeland air cooled refrigeration units for milk tanks and chiller

1 – Acme air cooled refrigeration unit

2 – Kramer air cooled refrigeration units

1 – Russell air cooled refrigeration unit

2 – Ingersoll-Rand Compressor units

1 – Gardner Denver Ingra compressor unit

Square D electrical control panel

3 – 25hp lobe vacuum pumps

1 – 5hp transfer pump

1 – Parker boiler

1 – Cat generator & Cat diesel

1 – Western Environmental RO System

(GENERAL STATEMENT RELATIVE TO MILKING EQUIPMENT-Milking equipment is inclusive, but not limited to the components listed above. In general terms, milking equipment includes all components utilized in the course of the facilities’ current daily milking operation and includes equipment replacements.)

 DAIRY PENS (5,160 Lock-ups)

250 cow pipe corrals with 2.78” corner post, 4’ gatepost stem wall and 2.78’ top rail in places. All posts are set in concrete. Pipe posts are set on 10-foot center five strands of steel cable running through the post. Cable is tension mounted on corner post to maintain constant tension. Pens are improved with 5 in 10-foot self-locking stanchions, fiberglass drinkers, 12-foot-wide cow stands, 8 inches by 14 inches brisket plate, 20-foot feed lane, 15-foot-wide cow alleys and lighting. Other improvements included are the loading ramp, working area and maternity and sick cow areas with lock-ups.

 HEIFER PENS (175 Cow Equivalent “2 Linear Feet”)

Commercial grade pipe corrals with 2.78-inch corner post, gatepost is 2.78-inch wall and top tail in places. All posts are set in concrete. Pipe posts are set on 10-foot center with strands of steel cable running through the post sides. Cable is tension mounted on corner post to maintain constant tension. The pens are improved with a variety of self-locking stanchions and floating bars, float controlled drinkers, cow stands, brisket plate and 12-foot feed land.

 DIRT WORK

The facility is improved with 2 lagoons and 2 runoffs ponds. The dairy pens have a minimum 1.5% slope. All pens have a general slope to the east and west. Three new lagoons were built to be in compliance with the new environmental permit

COMMODITY BARN/COTTONSEED BARN (13,500 SF)

The Commodity Barn is a 40 foot by 150 foot structure. The Commodity Barn has a concrete floor with 8” pipe post set in concrete. Roof is purlin and I-beam trusses with a sheet metal cover. The barn has 6 individual bays with 8’ high portioning/end walls. Commodity barn is also improved with a large concrete approach apron. The Cottonseed Barn which shares the rear wall of the commodity barn has a dirt floor with metal post set in concrete. Roof is purlin and I-beam trusses with a sheet metal cover.  

 HAY BARNS (87,500 SF)

 There are seven open sided hay sheds.  They are good quality construction with 8 inch steel support post set in concrete.  Roof has purlin and I-beam trusses with a heavy corrugated metal roof. Floor of the structures is hard packed caliche.

 SILAGE STORAGE AREA AND PIT

The Silage storage is an above the ground structure that is approximately 68 feet by 250 feet with a concrete floor and 10-foot reinforced concrete side wall. The silage pit measures 80 feet by 300 feet and is 10 feet in depth. The floor is concrete with concrete reinforced walls.

 STATE OF NEW MEXICO REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS

The site has an approved discharge plan from the State of New Mexico Environment Department, Ground Water Quality Bureau. It is Discharge Plan DP-1131, which expires July 11, 2021.The discharge plan is for 160,000 gallons per day. A copy of the Discharge Plan is available for review.   

 WASTE WATER LAGOON

The facility is improved with lined earthen constructed system for the storage of waste water. It was constructed to be in compliance with the 2016 NMED permit approval. The lagoon reportedly meets the current NMED.

COW SHADES (186,700 SF)

There are 20 open sided shades with 3’-6” steel post support, purlin framed roof with corrugated cover. Posts are set in concrete and roof is sloped. Shades have an estimated average height of 15 feet with a hard packed caliche floor.  

TRUCK SCALE (120 TON)

The scales are 10 feet by 70 feet concrete platform scales by Rusty Weigh Scale Company. The scale house measures 10 feet by 12 feet concrete block structure.

 SHOP (5,400 SF)

Shop dimensions are 50 feet by 108 feet. It is a metal building with metal siding and metal roof. The flooring is concrete and dirt.

 CALF BARN (1,500 SF)

The calf barn is 30 feet by 50 feet metal building with metal siding and roof. The flooring is concrete.

  RO BUILDING (1,500 SF)

Metal building with metal siding and roof. The flooring is concrete and dirt.

  RESIDENCE #1 (2,144 SF)

Three bedrooms and two baths. The home is wood framed with stucco exterior, composition shingle roof and attached two car garage. 

 RESIDENCE #2 (2,166 SF)

Three bedrooms and two baths. The home is wood framed with stucco exterior, composition shingle roof and attached two car garage.

RESIDENCE #3 (2,372 SF)

One bedroom and one bath. The home is wood framed with stucco exterior and composition shingle roof. 

 UNIQUE FACTORS

The Select Milk dehydrating facility is adjoining the Par 5 Dairy milk barn. This is a very large dehydrating and lacto-free milk processing facility for the Select Milk Coop. There is also a scale house, RO system and truck scales which are a part of this facility. A ground lease is in place that covers the ground of the main facility. It does not encompass the scale house or RO system. Par 5 Dairy receives $240,000.00 per year ground rent for the location.   

 LIVESTOCK

As of the listing date the dairy is in full operation and fully functional.

Seller will sell livestock in the approximate amounts.

5,000 milk cows, dry cows, close ups and springers

600 dairy calves 1 day to 4 months

2,000 dairy calves 450# to 5 months

Price for livestock to be determined at time of offer to purchase

Cattle do not have to be purchased with sale of Dairy

 PRICE:  Call Cherri Michelet Snyder for details.  (575) 626-1913

Michelet Homestead Realty is an agent for the seller of this property.  As the seller’s agent we are paid by the seller.  This property is offered subject to prior sale, change in price, or removal from the market without notice.  All information supplied by the owner and from other sources deemed to be reliable, is not in any way warranted by Michelet Homestead Realty, or its agents.

 


Dexter, New Mexico

Agent(s) for this listing

Cherri Michelet Snyder
Qualifying Broker
Office: 575-623-8440
Mobile: 575-626-1913
Fax: 575-623-8442
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