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Could always lease the extra space to a neighbor if someone was needing some storage.

Not a terrible idea - what would a reasonable rental rate be? 5˘/sq ft/year? 10˘? 1˘/sq ft/month?


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From what I've gathered from other new JD equipment and what seems to be a huge concern is "How big is the fridge" and does it keep your wobbly pops cold enough ??
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Have an uncle that has his PE and is a head engineer for a large all around construction company - would be letting him call the shots on the foundation.


Agreed with the professional builder for erection - I'm sure it will cost WAY to much - even $5/sq ft would be $400K but I will put out some calls and see if I can get some quotes.
Can always pay them todo the structural steel setting and you can handle the sheeting.

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You're getting a screaming deal on the building materials, at least.

Not sure on rental rate but then if you have a nice floor, you could even use it for grain storage.
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So I have to ask, is this clear span?

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Going to need a lot of doors to make that building usable for storage.

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You're getting a screaming deal on the building materials, at least.

Not sure on rental rate but then if you have a nice floor, you could even use it for grain storage.

It would almost be big enough for grain storage - it would only hold 1.5 million bushels...

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Could always lease the extra space to a neighbor if someone was needing some storage.

You would want some very, very good insurance!

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I lease a 60X120X20 high off a neighbor for 5K per year. His insurance covers the building, mine covers the equipment. If his building burns down he’s out the building and I’m out the equipment. If my combine burns in a field that I rent it’s the same. Works well at income tax time as a lease is a write off, whereas if I own the building only the depreciation is.
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Probably what should be the hardest job about this particular idea, is getting it out of your brain.


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