Agricultural Storage and Facility

Not Disclosed, WY

South East Wyoming


Asking Price: Annual Revenue:
$1,200,000 $100,000

Services: Non-classifiable


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RE: Agricultural Storage and Facility Broker: Joe MacGuire
Owner Financing is Available!
$1,080,000 down/$120,000 over 36 months @ 6%.

Quick Facts

Asking Price: $1,200,000
Annual Revenue: $100,000
Net Profit: Not Disclosed
Cash Flow: $100,000
Total Debt: Not Disclosed
FF&E: Not Disclosed
Real Estate: $1,200,000
Year Established: 2003
Employees: Not Disclosed
BBN Listing #: 85264955
Broker Reference #: 7503-17334

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Business Overview:

Four insulated and lighted 16,000 square feet Storage Buildings attached to a 13,000 square feet processing facility plus a 7,000 square feet refrigerated storage area, all connected by an enclosed transit hall (the breezeway) with specialty blowers and air handlers for a total of 97,680 square feet insulated and lighted storage and processing facility with ample electric service that can be used for the storage and processing of agricultural products including potatoes, wheat, grain, hemp, corn, silage, or manufacturing of long items such as wind turbine blades, crane booms, defense industry staging, or to house temperature sensitive components such as computers for data storage, data center, data manipulation, data mining, cryptocurrency or blockchain computers.

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Property Features and Assets:

Four insulated 320' long by 50' wide by 28' tall at the peak, 16,000 square feet Behlen Curvet Storage Buildings on concrete knee walls with a center divider and overhead door. The buildings have 16' wide by 14' tall overhead doors on both ends, air handlers on both ends with two 15 hp fans on one end and humidicels connected to remote computer temperature and humidity controls all connected by full length air plenums which provide low cost temperature control for all four insulated storage buildings. Each storage building has a concrete trough in the floor (the flume) which is attached to a main water flume in the north connector hall or breezeway. The 10,800 sq ft breezeway was built to allow transportation of the stored goods to the processing facility without exposing the product to the elements. The Breezeway flume is attached to the water supply and was used to move potatoes with water to the sorting and grading building. The receiving room is 4,000 square feet by 20' tall with twin 16' overhead doors and a thick concrete floor. The next room, the packaging area, is 9,000 square feet by 20' tall and was used to sort and grade potatoes for shipping or cold storage. This main room also has a 720 square feet employee break area, men's and women's rest room facilities, and a 720 square feet managers and administrative office in the upstairs mezzanine. The final storage area is 7,000 square feet refrigerated well insulated with a dropped ceiling for cold storage attached to a loading dock with two overhead doors and one small overhead door to move a forklift in and out. The entire facility is approximately 97,680 square feet storage and processing facility. The facility has three phase electric service with 240 volt and 480 volt circuits wired throughout the facility to plug in and run electric conveyor belts and other handling or manufacturing equipment. The facility is built with 8" nominal thickness reinforced concrete floors all in very good condition. Water is provided by a 910' deep well that is twice a deep as the average well in the area. The well was originally drilled by the State to map the water table and provides ample amounts of water. The building has a septic system with drain field to the north of the building. The building is situated on approximately 60+ acres that includes a historic stream bed with documented quantities of gravel, water well sand, water well quality gravel and sand that has been analyzed for the use fracking. The property has a permit for mining the gravel and sand. The Union Pacific Rail Road main line runs beside the facility and there was a siding right to the boundary of the facility. The UP still owns the easement for the rail siding to the facility. The facility is located alongside Interstate I-80 and is next door to the local airport (82V). The facility has access on the neighboring property to a truck scale. The facility is located on a well maintained and paved county road. Assets = $1,200,000

Market Competition and Expansion:

No competition in the immediate area. This facility is ideal for the storage and production of agricultural products such as potatoes, wheat, corn, silage, hemp, or the manufacture of long products such a wind turbine blades, masts or booms, or to house computers for data mining or blockchain. Current lease is for the storage of seed potatoes in two of the storage buildings with a year-to-year lease.

Reason for Selling:

Owner is ready to retire.

Additional Details:

  • The property is owned.
  • The owner is willing to train/assist the new owner.
  • This is not a homebased business opportunity.
  • This is not a franchise resale opportunity.

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