Good half section grainland, Oxbow Loam soils final, gentle slope, slight stones, final ratings of 59.68 on Ne 35 and 61.48 on SE 35. SAMA shows 295 cultivated acres on t...
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Rm of Antler Information
The RM of Antler No. 61 is a rural municipality located in the province of Saskatchewan, Canada. It was established on December 13, 1909, and is home to the town of Redvers and the unincorporated communities of Antler, Fry's, and Wauchope. The RM of Antler No. 61 is governed by an elected municipal council and is located on Treaty 6 Territory and the Homeland of the Métis.
Agriculture is the leading industry in the region, and the RM of Antler No. 61 is home to several major businesses, including the Louis Dreyfus High Throughput Grain Terminal and Northland Logistics fertilizer storage plant. The RM of Antler No. 61 is also located along several important transportation routes, including highways 13, 600, 8, and 601, as well as the Souris-Arcola-Regina section of the CNR rail line.
The RM of Antler No. 61 is committed to preserving its rich history and cultural heritage, and is home to several important historical sites, including General Middleton’s Camp and the battlefield where Middleton fought the Riel troops during the Riel Rebellion. The RM of Antler No. 61 is also home to the Clarkboro Ferry, located near the historical Clarke’s Crossing.
In addition to its strong agricultural industry, the RM of Antler No. 61 also offers a range of amenities and services to its residents, including a library, transfer station, fire fighting and first responder services, and recreational facilities. The RM maintains over 340 miles of roads in the summer and over 200 miles of roads in the winter to support the transportation of agricultural goods.
The land in the RM of Antler No. 61 is highly sought after, with its rich soil and prime location making it a desirable option for farmers and investors. Prices for land in the area range from $1500 to $2500 per acre, depending on the quality of the land and its proximity to irrigation sources. With its close proximity to major transportation routes and its strong agricultural industry, the RM of Antler No. 61 is a great place to invest in farm land or build a home in a peaceful and serene setting.
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