135 Quarter Sections for sale in one parcel! Located in the Riverhurst & Morse, SK area E/S.E. of Lake Diefenbaker & N. of the #1 Trans-Canada Hwy. This versatile large b...
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Rm of Enfield
The Rural Municipality (RM) of Enfield No. 194 in Saskatchewan, Canada is currently offering farm land for sale. Located in the Moosomin electoral district, the RM of Enfield was incorporated on December 13, 1909. According to the 2021 Census of Population conducted by Statistics Canada, the RM has a population of 268, living in 106 of its 116 total private dwellings. This represents an 18.6% increase from its 2016 population of 226. The RM has a total land area of 1,003.93 km2 and a population density of 0.3/km2.
If you are interested in purchasing farm land for sale in Saskatchewan or are looking for farm land for sale in Enfield, farm land in the RM of Enfield is available. Please contact the local government or a real estate agent for more information. The RM of Enfield is governed by an elected municipal council and an appointed administrator. The council comprises six councillors and the RM's administrator is Joe Van Leuken. The RM's office is located in Central Butte. The RM meets on the second Tuesday of every month. The RM of Enfield No. 194 is primarily a farming community, with farm land making up a significant portion of the municipality.
The Town of Central Butte - is a small town located approximately 42 km north of Chaplin, Saskatchewan, at the junction of Highway 19 and 42. It is situated near the Riverhurst ferry, which crosses the south arm of Lake Diefenbaker to the northwest. The town's name dates back to the early days of ranching in the region, when the three large hills in the district were used as landmarks for round-ups. Homesteaders of British, German, and Scandinavian origins began settling in the area in 1905-1906, with a number of Mennonite families also moving in during 1926-1927. The Central Butte post office and school were established in 1907 and 1908, respectively, and were later moved to the townsite after the arrival of the railway from Moose Jaw in 1914.
The town's population has fluctuated over the years, with a peak of 550 in the mid-1960s. It remained stable until the railway through the community was abandoned in 1996. Today, Central Butte has a population of 439 and a diverse range of businesses and services, many of which are related to the town's agricultural industry.
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