This attractive mixed farmland parcel is located approximately half way between Biggar and Rosetown. It possesses a medium quality class 3 dark brown soil (Keppel to Weyburn associations) with a clay loam to loam texture (J & K crop insurance rating). The NW 16 and SW 21 have a combined total of 165 cultivated acres cropped. The remaining acres are native pasture with some bush and ponds. The NE 16-33-15-W3 is all native pasture with a 12.8 acre gravel pit out of title (excluded). The gravel pit is owned by SK Government and has not been used for decades. It is accessed by a road coming in from the south and is not cross fenced from the property. There is a good dugout located on the southern side of NW 16 that services the native pasture acres. As it has not been grazed for 5 years, there is an abundance of native grass.
Fencing: The native pasture acres are fenced with barbed wire and are cross-fenced off from the cultivated acres and old yard site on the NW 16. The west side fence needs repair. The SW 21 has perimeter fencing on the west, north, east and a portion of the south side. However, the native pasture acres on this parcel are not cross-fenced from the cultivated acres.
467 Total Acres
165 Cultivated Acres
287 Native Pasture Acres
15 Wetland/Bush Acres
$273,900 Total Assessed Value (2017)
$93,842 Average Assessment per 160 Acres
35.2 Soil Final Rating (Weighted Average)
$319,900 Farmland Price
$685 per Total acre (ISC)
$982 per cultivated acre
$550 per pasture/other acre
1.17 times the 2017 Assessed Value
This property offers a tremendous expansion opportunity for mixed farm operator.
*** Please see a detailed description of each parcel in the attached pdf brochure ***
RM 317 NE 16-33-15 W3, 2017 Assessed Value $73,000, Title ac. 147., Pasture ac. 147
RM 317 NW 16-33-15 W3, 2017 Assessed Value $99,900, Title ac. 160, Cult. ac. 60, FR 35.49, Class J
RM 317 SW 21-33-15 W3, 2017 Assessed Value $101,000, Title ac. 159.92, Cult. ac. 105, FR 35.09, Class K