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    1500 W Sunturf Street

    Lecanto, FL 34461
    • $1,500,000
    • STATUS: Active
    • ON SITE: 15 days
    • MLS #: W7837007
    UPDATED: 35 min ago
    $1,500,000
    • 1
      BEDS
    • 15.12
      ACRES
    • 1
      BATHS
    • 0
      1/2 BATHS
    • 1,764
      SQFT
    • $850
      $/SQFT
    Neighborhood:
    Type:
    Farm
    Built:
    1978
    County:
    Area:

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    Description

    Zoned AGRM - Agriculture, Residential & Mobile. Ask for attachments on Permitted and Conditional uses - The only Custom-exempt permitted meat processing facility in Citrus County that can cater to Halal, Kosher and Custom Buyer. Sale includes 15 acres, processing plant, pole barns, holding pens, and all existing equipment on site for the operation of a custom meat processing business. Owners are in the midst of applying for full USDA meat processing and are putting together their HACCP plan for meat processing. A major focus of the HACCP system is "from farm to table. A HACCP plan is a food safety monitoring system that is used to identify and control biological, chemical, and physical hazards within the storage, transportation, use, preparation, and sale of perishable goods. It also determines critical control points (CCP) in the process of food production.Meat and poultry processors can operate under four basic types of inspection: Make note of paragraph 3 which is the current processing and paragraph 1 which is what they are pursuing via the HACCP plan.1. Federal Inspection (USDA): The U.S. Department of Agricultures Food Safety and Inspection Service (USDA FSIS) provides this type of inspection. Federally-inspected products can be shipped over state lines and internationally to many countries. Federal inspection requires a HACCP plan, SSOPs, a recall plan, daily inspection of processing facilities, and (for red meat) inspection of each animal before and after slaughter.2. State Inspection: State inspection programs must be "at least equal to federal inspection in terms of regulatory rigor. About half the states have their own meat and/or poultry inspection programs. The federal Cooperative Interstate Shipment Program allows state-inspected meats from qualifying plants to be shipped across state lines.3. Custom-Exempt: A custom-exempt plant can only slaughter and process livestock for the exclusive use of the livestock owner(s). This product cannot be sold. Facilities are subject to periodic, risk-based inspection by USDA FSIS and/or state authorities. 4. Retail-Exempt: The retail exemption allows a meat processing business to sell meat at its own retail storefront without daily inspection from USDA FSIS or the state inspection agency. However, the processor is still subject to periodic, risk-based inspection by USDA FSIS and/or state and local authorities. Retail-exempt businesses cannot slaughter livestock. Therefore the meat used to produce retail products (fresh cuts or processed meats) must come from plants inspected by USDA FSIS or the state inspection agency in the processors own state. A retail-exempt processor can also sell a limited amount of product on a wholesale basis to hotel, restaurant, or institutional customers, as long as the product has not been cooked, cured, smoked, rendered, or refined.

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    1500 W Sunturf Street Lecanto, FL 34461

    • Price: $1,500,000
    • Status: Active
    • Updated: 35 min ago
    • MLS #: W7837007
    1
    Beds
    1
    Baths
    0
    ½ Baths
    15.12
    Acres
    1,764
    SQFT
    $850
    $/SQFT
    1978
    Built
    Neighborhood:
    Acreage
    County:
    Citrus
    Area:
    Lecanto
    Property Description
    Zoned AGRM - Agriculture, Residential & Mobile. Ask for attachments on Permitted and Conditional uses - The only Custom-exempt permitted meat processing facility in Citrus County that can cater to Halal, Kosher and Custom Buyer. Sale includes 15 acres, processing plant, pole barns, holding pens, and all existing equipment on site for the operation of a custom meat processing business. Owners are in the midst of applying for full USDA meat processing and are putting together their HACCP plan for meat processing. A major focus of the HACCP system is "from farm to table. A HACCP plan is a food safety monitoring system that is used to identify and control biological, chemical, and physical hazards within the storage, transportation, use, preparation, and sale of perishable goods. It also determines critical control points (CCP) in the process of food production.Meat and poultry processors can operate under four basic types of inspection: Make note of paragraph 3 which is the current processing and paragraph 1 which is what they are pursuing via the HACCP plan.1. Federal Inspection (USDA): The U.S. Department of Agricultures Food Safety and Inspection Service (USDA FSIS) provides this type of inspection. Federally-inspected products can be shipped over state lines and internationally to many countries. Federal inspection requires a HACCP plan, SSOPs, a recall plan, daily inspection of processing facilities, and (for red meat) inspection of each animal before and after slaughter.2. State Inspection: State inspection programs must be "at least equal to federal inspection in terms of regulatory rigor. About half the states have their own meat and/or poultry inspection programs. The federal Cooperative Interstate Shipment Program allows state-inspected meats from qualifying plants to be shipped across state lines.3. Custom-Exempt: A custom-exempt plant can only slaughter and process livestock for the exclusive use of the livestock owner(s). This product cannot be sold. Facilities are subject to periodic, risk-based inspection by USDA FSIS and/or state authorities. 4. Retail-Exempt: The retail exemption allows a meat processing business to sell meat at its own retail storefront without daily inspection from USDA FSIS or the state inspection agency. However, the processor is still subject to periodic, risk-based inspection by USDA FSIS and/or state and local authorities. Retail-exempt businesses cannot slaughter livestock. Therefore the meat used to produce retail products (fresh cuts or processed meats) must come from plants inspected by USDA FSIS or the state inspection agency in the processors own state. A retail-exempt processor can also sell a limited amount of product on a wholesale basis to hotel, restaurant, or institutional customers, as long as the product has not been cooked, cured, smoked, rendered, or refined.
    Exterior Features

    Architectural Style Other Carport Yn No Construction Materials BlockConcrete Direction Faces North Exterior Features Fenced Fencing Cross FencedWire Foundation Details Slab Lot Features ClearedIn CountyLevel/FlatPastureStreet PrivateStreet Unpaved Other Structures OtherStorage Pool Private Yn No Roof Metal View Trees/Woods Water Access Yn No Water Extras Yn No Waterfront Feet Total 0 Waterfront Yn No

    Interior Features

    Additional Rooms Storage Rooms Appliances Other Cooling Zoned Fireplace Yn No Flooring Other Heating CentralElectric Interior Features High Ceiling(S)OtherThermostat Levels One Room Count 5 Room Dimensions Master Bedroom (2x2) Living Room (2x2) Room Levels Master Bedroom (First) Living Room (First) Rooms Master Bedroom Living Room Sewer Septic TankOther Stories Total 1 Water Source Well

    Property Features

    Additional Parcels Yn Yes Association Approval Required Yn No Association Yn No Available For Lease Yn Yes Cdd Yn No Disclosures Seller Property Disclosure DPR No Flood Zone Code X Garage Yn No Homestead Yn No Listing Terms CashConventional Minimum Lease No Minimum New Construction Yn No Property Sub Type Farm Realtor Info As-IsDocs AvailableFloor Plan AvailableSee AttachmentsSignZoning - Grandfathered In Senior Community Yn No Special Listing Conditions None Tax Annual Amount 1580.59 Tax Year 2020 Utilities Electricity ConnectedPhone AvailableWater AvailableWater Connected Yrs Of Owner Prior To Leasing Re No Zoning Agrmh


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