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Los Vacqueros Dairy
Pinal County, Arizona


Please click on any of the pictures for a larger view

[1] North side - front of dairy
[2] Partially completed corral
[3] Office, Milk Room and Upstairs Living Quarters
[4] Milk Parlor/Milk Pits
[5] Tank room
[6] Shades with fans west of milk barn
[7] Hospital area
[8] Saudi-style barn with lockouts
[9] Waste pond area
[10] Waste pond

Location & Maps

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General location in Arizona
Satellite Photo - May, 1997
The property boundary is approximate
Street Map

Approximately 4 miles west of Coolidge on the south side of State Route 87. The property has approximately 1,930' of paved road frontage on State Route 87. This site is approximately 30 miles southeast of Chandler and has very good access to the East Valley of the Phoenix Metro area.

The dairy site is in two parcels separated by Curry Road. The main parcel consists of 101.01± acres while the secondary parcel consist of 11.68± acres for a total of 112.69± acres. The dairy site currently encompasses approximately 52± acres with an additional 20± acres utilized for commodity storage, the remaining 40+ acres is currently irrigated farmland.

The Los Vacqueros Dairy is in the Pinal AMA. The dairy has a Type I Non-Irrigation Grandfathered Water Right for 106.5 acre-feet per year. It also has an Industrial use permit for 83.5 acre-feet per year for a total of 190 acre-feet per year for the dairy operation. The site also has Water Rights for irrigation purposes on approximately 62 acres. The current annual allotment for irrigation purposes should be approximately 275 acre-feet per year.

Water for the dairy facility is supplied by a well completed in February 2000. The well is approximately 750' deep with 12" casing. It currently is equipped with a 40 H.P. submersible pump which is capable of pumping 400 G.P.M.

According to the Pinal County Treasurer, the 2000 Property Taxes are: $4,108 (Current taxes are base on vacant agricultural land and do not include the dairy improvements)

Flood Hazards
Per the existing F.E.M.A. Maps approximately 40 to 45 acres appears to be in Flood Zone A, areas of 100 year floods, this area is primarily the irrigated farmland portion of the site. The remaining 70± appear to be in Flood Zone C, areas of minimal flooding. The dairy site and improvements, including the wastewater ponds are in Flood Zone C. This Flood Zone information is provided from maps that were issued prior to the dirt work and construction of the facility. The impact of this construction on the Flood Zone is unknown.

The property is zoned GR, "General Rural", by Pinal County.

· Electric - Electric District 2
· Gas - Southwest Gas or bottled gas
· Telephone - Qwest

The property is currently developed to 1,450-cow feedlot dairy. There are two additional partially-complete pens that would bring the total capacity to 1,880 cows.

The milk barn (please see photo [3] above) consists of a two story concrete block building with a stucco exterior. The first floor is approximately 2,576 sq. ft and consists of two offices, a milk tank room, equipment storage room, a restroom, and a garage. The second floor is approximately 1,300 sq. ft. and consists of a two bedrooms and one and one-half bath living quarters. It includes a full service kitchen with upgraded stainless steel appliances and granite counter tops. There is also an office/observation room in the living quarters that overlooks the parlor.

The parlor and the breezeway are approximately 3,124 sq. ft and are concrete block construction. There is a raised cow floor with drains and a flush system. The equipment is new and consists of a double 25 parallel milk stalls with rapid exit gate and a manure trough. The milk handling equipment is also new. There are two 8,000 gallon milk tanks.

The wash pen and the drip pen are both approximately 4,680 sq. ft. The drip pen has a 220 cow capacity, it has a hydraulic crowd gate and 8' return alleys on each side of the pen. The wash pen can also hold 220 cows, it has floor mounted sprinkler sprayers and return alleys on each side.

Currently there are seven cow pens. Two of the pens have 220 lockouts, two have 215 lockouts, two have 105 lockouts and one has 210 lockouts. There are also two close up pens, one with 50 lockouts and one with 40 lockouts and a hospital pen with 70 lockouts. Currently there are a total of 1,450 lockouts. There are also two additional cow pens partially complete that will have 430 additional lockouts. The cow pens have Saudi style shades. The cow pads are 13' wide with curb to allow for flushing. The pens are lighted for night work and feeding.

The waste water system consists of four settling ponds with manure separator and a large waste water pond (please see photos [9] & [10] above) with a 75 H.P. floating pump for the flush system.


This is a new Saudi Style dairy that has been designed for maximum efficiency and production. The location within thirty minutes of the east valley is ideal for a new facility. There is also room for future expansion.

Offered for sale exclusively by:
Headquarters West, Ltd.
Duane E. Webb, dew@headquarterswest.com
, Cell: (602) 509-0160
Steve D. Pendleton, steve@headquarterswest.com
, Cell: (602) 228-9676
810 N 2nd Street
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Phone: (602) 258-1647, Fax: (602) 340-0927
Web: www.headquarterswest.com

Disclaimer: This information was obtained from sources deemed to be reliable but is not guaranteed by the Broker. Prospective buyers should check all the facts to their satisfaction. The property is subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal.

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