Practices/Equipment For Sale

2 Portable X-Ray Units for Sale

I have 2 Bowie portable units for sale which have been used for both large animal and small animal radiology for many years.  They have now been replaced with digital small animal units and no longer needed for large animal work.  They both work great and have been used for OFA certifications in dogs as well as lots of horse lameness using a digital cassette. Both units are working fine today.   $1500 each with case and stand for 1.  Great units for large animal practitioner wanting to offer radiology services to large animals on the farm.
Contact: Ronald E. Whitford, DVM, 400 Warfield Blvd. Ct., Ste. A, Clarksville, TN 37043
Phone: 931-206-0683 or Email: ronaldwhitford@bellsouth.net.

Veterinary Practices For Sale:

TN: Thriving Small Animal Hospital just southeast of Nashville. Growing veterinary practice is currently a 1.25 FTE/DVM practice. Located in the Nashville market, this practice is perfect for a new owner. Practice and Real Estate Available. 2020 Gross Revenues $950K+ (TN910)
TN: Sold!
Small Animal Clinic for sale 20 miles outside of Nashville!  This practice is currently a 1.25 DVM practice, with Gross Revenues in 2020 Approaching $900K (TN A16)

TN: Sold! Corporate Acquisition 3 DVM Practice, 2020 Revenues $1.5M(TN B15)
TN: Sold! Small Animal Practice, 1DVM, Real Estate Available (TN H14)
KY: New! Profitable Single DVM practice, Real Estate Available (KY W17)
KY: Growing 1 DVM practice, Real Estate available (KY S13)

KY: Growing Small Animal Practice, 1 DVM practice, Real Estate Available (KY807)
LA: Thriving small animal solo practice, Real Estate available! Great opportunity. (LA C12)

 

LA: New! Small Animal Clinic, 1 DVM, Real Estate available (LA P18)
LA: Sold!
Small Animal Practice, 1 DVM, Northern LA, Real Estate available. (LA806)
LA: Thriving small animal solo practice, Real Estate available! Great opportunity. (LA C12)

LA:
Sold! Growing Emergency Center Southern LA, Great investment opportunity! (LA805)
MS: Sold! Corporate Acquisition – 3 DVM Practice – 2019 Revenues $1.8M (MS911)

For more information please call Wilson McManus, DVM CVPM, Simmons & Associates MidSouth,LLC 256.650.8387 or midsouth@simmonsinc.com  | www.simmonsinc.com

Veterinary Practices For Sale:

CO DENVER Area- Grossing $1M, Captivating Real Estate with City Skyline, Option to Rent or Lease.
FL NEW! ORLANDO Area- Grossing $1.7M, After-debt income approximately $670K, Commercially
Zoned.

FL NEW! SARASOTA Area- All Pets Clinic, Distress Sale, Posh Commercial Area, Leased Facility.
FL MELBOURNE- All Animal & Bird Hospital, Distress Sale, Right off Busy HWY, Room for Immediate
Expansion.
FL CENTRAL FLORIDA- Fort Meade Animal Clinic, 3,000 SF Facility, Upgrade Cash Allotment Awarded
at Closing.

GA PERRY Area- Bembry Veterinary Clinic, Grossing Approximately $900K+, Practice & Real Estate
Sales Price Only $700K.
TN KNOXVILLE Area- Grossing Approximately $700K, YTD Sales Up 20%, Owner Willing to Stay on.

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Practice for Sale – Monroe County, KY

Two doctor mixed animal practice for sale. Established 1975. Currently 40% SA, 60% LA (30% beef, 30% dairy), with some equine, swine, and small ruminants. We are located in Monroe County, KY, 1 hour east of Bowling Green, KY and 1 1/2 hours northeast of Nashville. Both Dale Hollow Lake and Barren River Lake are just 45 minutes away.  Both partners ready to retire.

Will sell practice alone or with real estate.  Both doctors can be available to help with transition.

Contact JL Cole, DVM @ 2704270838 or jlcole401@hotmail.com;  or DW Baston, DVM @ 2704079182 or dtbaston@gmail.com.

Practice for Sale
Knoxville small animal practice for sale. $395K, includes real estate.

tennvet1@gmail.com

Wanted: Old Cattle Chute

Looking for one of the old silver colored cattle chutes provided by the government many years ago for brucellosis testing.  It had a straight up and down headgate and side doors on back 1/2 of each side.  It was not a squeeze chute.  For portability you had to pull the headgate down (with trailer hitch above headgate) and lift the rear end to tilt over thereby putting the wheels on the ground for transporting to the farm.  To set up on site you simply unhitched the chute from the vehicle and lifted the hitch attachment into the air flipping the chute wheels off the ground when being used.  Some of you senior guys like me will be the only ones that remember this chute.  I would like to purchase one in working condition if anyone has one they would sell.

Contact Ronald Whitford, DVM via email at ronaldwhitford@bellsouth.net