Sign of the times... I saw an add for a great priced bank owned small farm very close to town on a nice paved road with custom homes for neighbors, so we whent to check it out. Add... Great 2000 sq ft. farm house on @5+/- acres with hay barn and 8 stall horse barn, fenced and cross fenced, and 3 car garage+ shop, level with trees. Lots of potential. Under $200,000. Well, the house was built in 1920, and in great need of a complete remodel... roof leaks badly , needs new roof , 2 wood burning fireplaces for heat, totally shot. needs new kitchen as it is basically non functional. needs new wiring as the old wires are unsafe , electrical panel is old screw in type, old type 2 wire insulation frayed. 2 bathrooms need total makeover, toilet cracked , all fixtures leaking, tubs and showers rusted. Hay barn leaning @10*, roof leaks badly. Horse barn stalls look like beavers have been at work, delapidated, roof wood shingles badly cupped and leaking all over. needs new septic tank and possibly a new well as it is about 30 feet from the septic tank. To round out the great price is the wonderful annual property tax of $3,841.34. The question is... Since we currently raise 25 Cornish X , 3-4 times / year, and process them at 35 days for game hens ... how many chickens +++ golden eggs do I have to raise and SELL per year so that it wouldn't cost me $27.13 per gormet breakfast and dinner bite ???