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Farm For Sale Alberta

Buying Alberta Farms for Sale

A booming agricultural industry, a growing economy, and plenty of wide-open space make Alberta an attractive option for those looking to purchase farmland. If you’re thinking of buying a farm for sale in Alberta, Hansen Land Brokers Inc. can help you find the perfect property.

Why Buy Alberta Farms for Sale?

Farmlands are a valuable asset in Alberta. Here are some of the reasons why investing in farmland in the province is a smart decision:

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Rich Soil for Farming

The province’s diverse topography and climate provide ideal conditions for a variety of crops and livestock.

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Extensive Irrigation Network

If you’re looking to grow crops, Alberta has an extensive irrigation network for areas that may have less than ideal annual precipitation.

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Supportive Agricultural Community

There are a large number of agriculture-related businesses and services in Alberta, providing support for farmers.

Looking for Alberta Farms for Sale?

If you’re interested in purchasing farmland in Alberta, Hansen Land Brokers can help you find the perfect property. 

We have a wide selection of farms for sale in the province, and our experienced team can provide you with all the information you need to make an informed decision. Plus, we are located just twenty minutes south of Calgary, which means our home is in the heart of Alberta land sales, development, and investment.

Experience Unmatched Expertise

Work with Alberta’s original land broker. We’ve been helping people buy and sell land in the province for three decades.

Extensive Inventory

We can give you access to a wide selection of farms for sale, so you’re sure to find the perfect property.

Comprehensive Services

We work with a complete suite of services to help you buy or sell your farm, including appraisals, legal support, and more.

What Clients Say about Us?

“I am in a state of shock regarding what the lease sold for. You worked so hard on this sale. I’m not sure if it was because you did it in memory of Peter, Russell, and myself and the family or if you just work this hard all of the time! Whatever it was, you and your team did a great job- you should be proud of yourselves!”

– Pat Fisher

Whether you’re looking to buy Alberta farms for sale or sell one, we can help you get the best deal possible.

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  • For Sale
    Sprawling Vulcan County property.
    3 Acre Parcel In Vulcan County-minutes From Lake Mcgregor

    , Alberta Canada

    $129,000

    3 Acres of undeveloped land located in Vulcan County. 6 minutes from the town of Milo, 1.5 miles north off of Highway 23. Pick…

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    Half Section In Vulcan County

    Carmangay, Alberta Canada

    $1,750,000

    320 acres of revenue producing farmland available in Vulcan County. Just 12 mins east of Carmangay or highway 23.  A full ½ section, with…

      Lot Size320 Acres
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    Calgary, Alberta Canada

    $5,280,000

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    $1,200,000

    This 5.26 acre tract of land had all the heavy lifting done including all approvals in place to immediately start servicing the 32 lot…

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      , Alberta Canada

      $7,100,000

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     FAQ’S

    Those who choose to purchase farmland in Alberta are in the company of many wealthy investors that know that land values appreciate reliably. Owning farmland in Alberta can be a steady source of passive income or long-term holding and provides security as it is a tangible resource with relatively low maintenance. For those who also choose to farm their own land, there is a possibility for a very rewarding entrepreneureal lifestyle.

    Ways you can make money on your land in Alberta: Lease out your land, Develop for residential, commercial or industrial purposes, Subdivide your land, Glean the natural resources, Hold the land for future appreciating values.

    Yes, you can start a poultry farm on a piece of land in Alberta. Of course, depending on the size of your operation there may be regulations for you to consider. Most municipalities are allowing small flocks even in residential areas, you will need to verify the bylaws for your specific area as the allowable flock size varies. The Government of Alberta has information to assist you here.

    Yes, whether it be a breeding, training or boarding facility, business permits can be obtained from your local county office for the specific type of equestrian business you would like to operate. Check your local bylaws for how many animals you will be allowed to have on your land, depending on the size.
    Alberta is also home to some of the largest internation competitions in Canada in many different diciplines. These competitions draw competitors, professionals, clients and horse power from all over the world.

    The topographical differences of land in Alberta are astounding, stretching from the northern regions where lakes and rivers decorate the map, to the West boundary marked by the magestic Rocky Mountains, all the way to the sprawling prairies toward the east perimeter of the province.There are areas that boast some of the best farmlands available in all of Canada because of its productive, fertile soil that’s perfect for growing various crops. There are also heavily treed areas in the Province of Alberta that lead up to the highest elevation of 11,000 feet, there are fossil-rich beds in the Badlands, and crawling river valleys that can carry you to the area of lowest elevation of 573 feet.

    Things to consider when buying farmland in Alberta are the location, the usability, accessibility, precipitation, and the viability of your operation for affording the land investment.

    There are nearly 500 dairy farmers in Alberta. Alberta Milk is a great resource for information on how supply is managed as well as programs for those interested in starting a new dairy farm.