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Jcr Feedlot

11905 County Road 5 : Merino, CO 80741

Logan County, Colorado

311 Acres
$2,200,000 USD
$7,074 / ac
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Property Description

JCR feedlot is conveniently located 17 Miles west of Sterling right off of Highway 14. This is your opportunity to own a well-run 10,000-Head feed yard. This property is designed and has the infrastructure to hold an additional 15,000 head for future growth. Now is your opportunity to purchase a new yard with the expansion plans already in motion.


This thoughtfully designed feedlot is located just 17 miles west of Sterling CO. Sitting on 311+/ acres it is a well-run yard set up for maximum efficiency and future growth. Contruction began in 2016 when the first 15 pens were built then an additional 31 pens were added in 2021 with a combined 6,650 +/- linear feet of bunk. Pens are lined with steel pipe paneling with cement bunks and aprons making them built to last. This property is designed for an additional 15,000-Head expansion. Cafo permits are already in place for a total of 25,000 - head to be run on the property. All pens are designed for proper drainage and equipped with Richie waterers with float and propane heat. Nothing has been missed when it comes to the infrastructure and durability of these pens.


This property has 4 commercial livestock wells and comes equipt with a 10' x 80' Cardinal Platform Scale with 120,000 lbs. capacity and digital readout. Adjoining this building is a large 38' x 62' Metal building that offers a 2 bedroom, and 1 bath in the living quarter with an office. This property has 3 additional machine sheds. 40 x 60 metal building with 3 doors and a dirt floor, an 80 x 120 Metal building with 4 doors, as well as a 32 x 56 processing building.

All the of the materials have been purchased and are on site and ready to be put up for a 60' x 40' x 14' shop that is open on one end as well as 30x52x10 Pull through with a hydraulic chute.


Good upland bird habitat in this area. The farm is located in close proximity to several thousand acres of public hunting along the S. Platte.


All pens are lined with precast bunks with 8 - 10 ft aprons. 12 pens have continuous pour bunks with 10 ft aprons as well. Phase 2 will have 9,390 +/- linear feet of bunk space totaling 64 pens and one debris bunk. Waste Control is permitted Cafa for 25,000 head capacity per the State of Colorado. There is a newly constructed 7 tower Zimmatic pivot and pond pump that is used to dewater the effluent onto the adjacent pasture. Livestock waste management and permitting have been completed by Settje Agri Services and Engineering Inc.

Wet/ dry rolled corn with liquid supplement roughage is mixed on feed trucks. Wet distillers grain, corn, silage, wheat straw, cornstalk roughage, and alfalfa, can be purchased all within a 75 +/- mile radius.

Please Note Rolling Stock may be purchased separately.

Water/Mineral Rights & Natural Resources

Commercial livestock wells are augmented by Logan Well Users Group and listed below.

Permit 85118- FP Permitted to 50 Gpm, tested 40 Gpm

Permit 85119- FP Permitted to 50 Gpm, tested 40 Gpm

Permit 85120- FP Permitted to 50 Gpm, tested 40 Gpm

Permit 82404- FP Permitted to 35 Gpm, tested 18 Gpm

General Operations

As the most economical way to raise cattle, a feedlot offers the advantage of both lowering costs and amplifying your time. Keeping a large number of animals together without pasturing means you'll have a more efficient and streamlined time caring for them. Production is maximized while food and other expenses are greatly reduced. Feedlot cattle will consume roughly 2.5 to 4 pounds of corn a day and will gain a pound for every six pounds they eat. As you learn more about this remarkable business, it will become obvious that adding this turnkey feedlot and farm to your commercial investment portfolio is simply too good to miss. Take advantage of this impressive opportunity and come take a tour to experience the possibilities that await you.

Region & Climate

The northeastern part of Colorado is a dry climate, with temperatures averaging around the low weather in Sterling on average is 90s in the summertime with lows around 15 degrees in the wintertime. Sterling averages around 3 inches of rainfall a year. This town is conveniently located 2 hours from both Denver International Airport as well as Western Nebraska Regional Airport.


This Feedloot is located right off Highway 14. Just 17 Miles west of Sterling, Colorado. Sterling is located just a mile off of I-76. Just northeast of Denver CO.

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