6 quarter sections (791 (+/-) acres deeded)
Great variety of topography in one of Canada’s most picturesque areas! South of Willow Valley Road a good mix of hay/grazing/wetlands. A lake and winding creek (trout stream).
North of the road progresses from hay to good grazing land with lots of topography (long acres). We refer to this beautiful rolling terrain as “long acres”, as you are getting more land surface and better value per acre. When the surveyors were out they calculated the total number of “flattened acres” on this ranch to be over 4000 acres!
Between the 220 acres of hay (this includes hay fields from Parcels 1 & 2), 840 bales were put up at 1900 lbs/piece.
Abundance of exceptional native grasses. Lots of good water. 161 acres of government grazing lease. (81 AUMs)
Lots of cover and as you move north there is a mix of pasture with forest.
Abundance of excellent quality water. Exceptional 4 strand barbed wire fencing with easy-close gates. If purchased as separate parcels, some fencing would need to be addressed for boundaries. See the map below for an approximate location of current fences.
Be sure to check out the map also for water sources as this ranch has an abundance of great quality water.
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