43-Acre Estate Of Pilgrim’s Pride Founder Lonnie Pilgrim Goes To Auction Next Month

Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin Entrance Concierge Auctions The sprawling Pittsburg, Texas estate built for the late Lonnie “Bo” Pilgrim who founded Pilgrim’s Pride, one of the country’s largest chicken producers in the U.S., is set for a no-reserve auction staring October 15th with Concierge Auctions (previous Forbes coverage of Pilgrim’s Pride and its return from bankruptcy can be found here). Sometimes referred to as Chateau de Pilgrim or “Cluckingham Palace”, the six-bedroom, 11-bathroom, 18,000 square foot main house was custom built for Lonnie and his wife Patricia in a French baroque style with ornate fixtures

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