A “substantial, fully equipped” dairy farm with a dwelling and cottage has hit the market in Co Tyrone.
Pollock Estate Agents is handling the sale of the “well presented” 160-acre farm at 109 Newpark Road, Dromore, Omagh.
The “well established and highly productive” farm is approximately 3.5 miles from Dromore, 4.5 miles from Irvinestown, 12.5 miles from Omagh and 13 miles from Enniskillen.
Firstly, the traditionally built farmhouse benefits from five bedrooms and three reception rooms. It has dual fuel central heating and many traditional features.
Tyrone dairy farm
According to the selling agent, the farm is presently the base of a “highly productive” dairy unit. It hosts a 170 head dairy herd in addition to young stock and followers.
The current farm typically houses approximately 250 animals on the holding. The farm has a range of predominantly modern steel portal framed farm buildings covering over 24,000 square feet (2230 square metres) in total.
You will also find a milking parlour, a dairy unit with 170 cubicles, mattresses and electric automatic scrapers, further livestock, and general-purpose buildings.
Others include ground storage facilities for half a million gallons of slurry, three silage clamps and both borehole and a mains water supply servicing the farm and dwelling.
The dairy complex has interconnecting sheds containing the dairy, about 170 cantilever cubicles with mattresses, calf pens, handling facilities and ancillary buildings.
They are of steel frame construction beneath corrugated roofs with adequate ventilation, block walls/concrete, central feed passages and slatted bases with automatic scrapers and tanks beneath.
Besides, there is a 28:28 milking parlour with provision for extension. Also, the farm has a bulk tank room with a 6,000-litre bulk tank and coolers and two meal bins.
Furthermore, the farm also has several silage pits, a general-purpose shed/machinery and dry store, and an additional slatted livestock house.
The selling agent explained: “The land is in large practical field sizes and held in a continuous block. Central service laneways lead to Newpark Road.”
“Fields are of a relative rolling topography with stock-proof fencing and mature hedgerows.”
Finally, a traditional thatched cottage, constructed in circa 1820-1839, is on the farm.
The cottage is registered on the Heritage Buildings Database, which deems the building to be of architectural or historical interest. It is categorised as a B1.
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