After an exhaustive search of state-owned poultry farms, a New Jersey farmer decided he was ready to buy one.
The owner, John Harrington, said he was tired of seeing the price of a used chicken farm rise every year, and had never purchased a new farm.
After hearing about the new farm from his son, Harrington purchased the farm from a farmer who has been on the market for about five years.
He said he paid about $2,400 for the land, including a $2.4 million appraisal and $1 million to pay for a $5 million mortgage.
Harrington, 51, said the farm has a large barn, three sheds and a lot of space.
He hopes to sell the farm in 2019 for about $7 million.
“I just don’t want to see the prices rise.
We’ve been getting better, but there’s always a price.
It’s always about getting it right,” Harrington said.
The farmer said the value of the farm was about $20 million when he bought it in 2017.
The USDA says that in 2020, about $3 billion worth of the chicken sold in the U.S. came from farms that were not USDA inspected.
The agency does not have a set standard for what constitutes a USDA inspected farm.
Some states have moved to increase inspections, but not all.
A recent USDA study found that the USDA inspected about 3,500 poultry farms last year, but that only about 1,000 of those farms had a USDA inspection sticker on their building.
The inspector has to approve the inspection for the poultry, so if a farm has two inspection stickers on its building, that’s not enough.
Harbor said he hopes the inspection sticker will help him get a good price.
He also plans to build a barn to house the farm’s animals.
The farm was purchased in 2017 for $4.5 million.
The USDA’s inspector said it was in good shape and in good condition.
The land is in Lincoln County, which includes the capital city of Newark.
The federal government says a $1,200 inspection sticker is required on every farm, but some states have higher requirements.
The U.K. has a requirement of $10,000 for any farm that has a $10 million or more farm.
The inspection sticker was only on one of the farms, but Harrington said he had to pay about $1.4 more for it.
The Iowa farm has an inspector on the property to sign off on inspections.
It is expected to receive a new inspection sticker soon.
The New Jersey farm is owned by a man named Ron Covington.
He says he bought the farm and that it has been in operation for 10 years.
“He was an avid horseman and rode a horse all the way to Canada,” Harrington’s son, Chris Harrington, told NJ.com.
“It’s been a wonderful family.
He was really, really nice to me.”