13.88 +/- Acres Vernon County, WI
13.88 Acres +/-
Located in Vernon County, Wisconsin sits this excellent grain handling facility on 13.88+/- acres. The property features a large modern Sukup Grain bin, dryer, scale with office and 24×80 storage shed. The property also offers 6.46 acres of tillable land. The property is located just northeast of Viroqua less than a mile out of town off black top road for great access. Take advantage of this opportunity to add a significant amount of grain storage to your operation for a fraction of new storage construction costs!
For more information on this great investment opportunity, or to set up a private showing, contact Wisconsin Land Specialist Lucas Mestad at 507-696-6228 or email him at Lucas@HighPointLandCompany.com.
PID #: 036-00618-0000
Total Storage Capacity:
1. Gross Grain Storage = 854,000 Bushels
2. Total Licensed Capacity = 890,000
1. 28,000 Wet Bushel Bin- Built between 1995-1999
2. 360,000 bu. Brock storage bin- Built between 1995-1999
3. (2) 180,000 bu. Brock Storage Bins- Built between 1995-1999
4. 106,000 bu. Sukup Storage Bin- Built in 2015
5. 2 Dump pits for unload
6. There is no grain cleaner
7. No dust system
1. Scale is 120,000 pound truck scale
1. MC 3180
2. Natural Gas Hooked Up/ No LP
3. Capacity- Approximately 2000 bu/hour or 50,000 bu/day with the controller. Maximum discharge rate of 75,000 bu/day.
1. 24×32 Building. Or (768 square feet)
2. Shingled Roof
3. Vinyl Siding
4. Electric Baseboard Heat
5. Window Air
6. Floor Plan- Has a reception area, two private offices, break area, and a two fixture restroom
1. 24 x 80 or (1,920 square feet)
2. Wood Frame Building
3. Steel Siding
4. Steel Roof Cover
5. Concrete Floor and is divided into 8 bays
Private Well and Septic
Additional Airstream grain dryer available for purchase upon request. Contact listing agent for more details.
Address: E7716 Cherry Grove Rd. Viroqua, Wisconsin 54665
Property Taxes (2021): $17,326.14
Please note: Grain Bins will need clean out work prior to any operation along with one of the dump pits and some augers. Electrical work will need to be done if required to meet OSHA standards.