This 37.53 acre parcel is just north of Bienfait on the West side of the road. Located along the rail for possible commercial business. There is power and a large dugout on the property . It is located along the railroad tracks.
Directions: North of Bienfait first road West on the South side.More details
The Potoreiko land is located in east-central Saskatchewan, approximately 23 miles southeast of Kelvington in RM #335 Hazel Dell. This is a Black/Gray soil sone (Oxbow association) with a clay loam texture. The cultivated acres were seeded to grass (alfalfa, bromegrass, wheatgrass, fescue) in 2015. Land Details (as per seller) 159 total acres including 66 acres Perennial Tame Forage, 9 acres Mixed Natural Land, 83 acres Wetland Complex. NOTE: This land is owned by Ducks Unlimited Canada and being sold under their Revolving Land Program. As a condition of the sale, the Buyer must agree to grant Ducks Unlimited Canada a conservation easement on the land.More details
Quarter section of land with Ducks Unlimited easement would make a great pasture or hay land for the cowboys out there or great location for big game or bird hunters. Priced to sell. Low taxes at $410 per year.More details
The Ducks Unlimited Marshall land is 160 acres located in east-central Saskatchewan, approximately 25 kilometers northeast of Quill Lake in the RM #367 Ponass Lake. As per seller, 52 acres perennial tame forage (seeded in 2020), 54 acres mixed natural land and 54 acres wetlands. The soil is a Yorkton association clay loam texture, final rating (a measurement of productivity) of 69.7. NOTE: This land is owned by Ducks Unlimited Canada and being sold under their Revolving Land Program. As a condition of the sale, the Buyer must agree to grant Ducks Unlimited Canada a conservation easement on the land. Asking price breakdown: $618 per total acre, 0.73 times the 2021 assessed value.More details
The Ducks Unlimited Rue land is 141 acres located in central Saskatchewan in RM 275 Insinger, approximately 11 kilometers northwest of Theodore, approx. 50km northwest of Yorkton. The quarter section is intersected by HWY 16, with 117 acres north of the HWY, 24 acres south of the HWY. As per the Seller, the land is comprised of 67 acres perennial tame forage (seeded in 2020 to a mix of brome, wheatgrass, fescue, sanfoin and alfalfa), 17 acres mixed natural land and 52 acres wetlands. The land is characterized by an Oxbow association loam texture soil, final rating (a measurement of productivity) of 59.5. NOTE: This land is owned by Ducks Unlimited Canada and being sold under their Revolving Land Program. As a condition of the sale, the Buyer must agree to grant Ducks Unlimited Canada a conservation easement on the land.More details
Here’s a great little farm package with some excellent soil classification for either hay land or pasture. LLD is Part of the Nw 28 30 7 W2 – RM of Insinger.
Can be rented to a nearby cattle producer if desired with currently strong demand. Please make contact for more information.More details
Here's a nice piece of land to get away to or set up as a farm. The property is heavily treed in places. It is currently being used as pasture but parts of the property has been used for hay and grain production in the past. It is located 5 miles North of Weirdale and is only 2 miles from the provincial forest. The surrounding area is known for fantastic big game hunting. Come take a look.More details
This is a great parcel of land that is undeveloped, so it could be your own recreational land for quading or dirt bike trails, could be used as hunting land as it is surrounded by bush land. Or it could become pasture land and build your next home here very close to Makwa Lake, other lakes, provincial park and the town of Loon Lake. There is a sliver of land that is separated from the main quarter by Hiway 26 that is included, it is 0.23 acres. SAMA rates the soil texture as Loam, pasture topography is level, grazing water source is slough, no stones, this area is 104 acres. SAMA rates the remaining 50 acres as native Aspen Pasture, level topography and grazing water source is slough. SAMA Assessed value is $93,900 and classed as Agricultural Pasture Land. SCIC has a soil classification of J. Sellers says that it is partly fenced and has lots of big game in the bush. There is a 5 acre parcel that has been subdivided out and listed separately as Lot Land, all 3 parcels could be purchased together. Location is 2km North of Loon Lake off of Hiway 26.
Contact listing agent for Detailed Information Package.More details
Pristine pasture land located 35 km directly north on Highway 4 towards Biggar. 1 1/2 miles on grid west. Gentle rolling hills, valleys, Prairie grass. Used as pasture for last 10 years. Full fenced. Taxes for 2021 are $273.00 per yearMore details
2 quarters with a total of 157 acres of pasture land/recreational land in the RM of Medstead. Water table is very high resulting in the slough taking up more land than usual and fluctuated with the water table. Seller states land is fully fenced, lost some fence due to the water. Current grazing capacity 15-20 pair. Taxes are $313.81. There is a conservation easement on the NE quarter. Call for more information.More details
The Saskatchewan REALTORS® Association (SRA) IDX Reciprocity listings are displayed in
accordance with SRA's MLS® Data Access Agreement and are copyright of the Saskatchewan REALTORS® Association (SRA).
The above information is from sources deemed reliable but should not be relied upon without independent verification.
The information presented here is for general interest only, no guarantees apply.
Trademarks are owned and controlled by the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA).
Used under license.
MLS® System data of the Saskatchewan REALTORS® Association (SRA) displayed on this site is refreshed every 2 hours.