27 quarters all in a block consisting of cultivated farmland, cultivated land seeded to tame hay and native grass. There are two yard sites, both with a house, water wells and livestock wintering facilities. The north yard site has a newer wind turbine and there is a contract in place with SaskPower to sell power into the grid. The tame hay portion of this land could readily be put into crop production and would qualify for producing certified organic crops. This land is well set up for rotational grazing. The
perimeter of all of this land is fenced and the majority of the fence is four wire and one smooth electric. There are also interior single smooth wire electric cross fences which could be readily removed for grain farming. There are numerous watering stations that are serviced by pipelines buried 8ft in the ground. There are portable watering stations that the owner moves from one station to the next as the cattle are rotated between pastures and these portable stations are included with the land. SAMA Field Sheets Identify 1,274 cultivated acres, 1,688 cultivated grass acres, and 766 native grass acres. Contact listing agent for detailed information regarding a complete list of legal land descriptions, watering systems, wells, pipelines as well as the buildings and the wind turbine.
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