Situated almost midpoint between Spirit River and Dawson Creek near Gordondale, Alberta and just two miles north of secondary Highway 49, you find a spread of exceptional land, seemingly dropped in from Saskatchewan. As a young man from the Rosetown area of that Province, no doubt Mr. Potratz knew what he was looking for when he came to the Peace River Country in search of prime land.
Owners of the Kleskun Hills Bison Ranch, Peterson, Swanberg and King, are shifting gears, and selling their world class Ranch. The disposition of the dual faceted land base, made up of unique, virgin pasture and highly fertile arable land, is being managed by CLHbid.com. The fifteen quarter sections of pasture, has been purposely dealt with, in a manner to ensure all twenty-four hundred acres, remain pristine and intact as an outstanding provincial natural area. The balance of the Ranch however, being the prime farmland, is up for auction!
Martineau Farms, longtime neighbours, are offering up for sale their seven quarters of fertile farmland on the same day.
Looking to assemble a large block of land for either ranching or farming over the next several years? You must start somewhere. Rule number one is start in an area with minimal concentration of ownership. Rule number two is start your assemblage in an area with at least some absentee owners that may at some point be looking for liquidity. The Grams quarter checks both boxes in this respect. Make this prime agricultural quarter the basis of your future expansion.
Situated in Northwestern Alberta, tucked up against the very west side of the County of Saddle Hills, is a 1.5 mile run of open fertile land. The parcel is connected via Landry Rd, on the west, to the Province of British Columbia, just 1 kilometre away. This four-hundred-and-seventy plus acre field is all in on block. Set the GPS and sit back and make that 15-minute phone call, before lifting the drill out of the ground for the next 180-degree turn.
The Beau Saada Ranch is situated 35 kilometers northwest of Grande Prairie and 8 kilometers east of Beaverlodge, Alberta. Adjoining the designated Natural Area of Saskatoon Mountain, the Ranch offers panoramic views to the south and west as far as the eye can see. The Ranch is a remnant of foothills boreal forest surrounded by Agricultural land and the Ranch itself is an equal reflection of both.
The Crossroads is without a doubt one of the most assorted parcels of land in all of North Western Alberta. Over one hundred and thirty-five acres in total, with approximately one hundred acres being highly productive black soil. The property has Bear Creek meandering through its thirty-five acres of pristine natural area, which make up the south east quadrant.
Looking for that perfect ranch estate, set up for both bison and cattle? Find that fully turnkey spread just 15 miles east of the vibrant Town of Fairview, Alberta. The Lueken Ranch has been referred to as the ‘Crossroads Ranch’, in that it straddles paved Highway 2 as well as the MD of Fairview and Peace River.
The Bear Creek winds along the north perimeter of the property where there is a beautiful 4-acre lower bench nestled along the creek bank itself. The perfect spot for a fire pit and gazebo sheltered by mature trees for those long summer evenings. At Sixty-Two on Bear Creek, you will have ample room for your horses, paddocks, barns and shop to hold all your toys.
In the Northwest quadrant of the City of Grande Prairie, is a quarter of land, with an established yard and home, known as Weber Tan Farm. The property borders a lake on the south side with over half the quarter made up of open arable acres. The cultivated land is cropped each year and has just the right slope to provide excellent drainage.