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Farming In Summer: Essential Land Management Tips For Alberta Landowners

Managing land effectively during the summer is crucial for Alberta landowners. With July and August being peak months for farming in summer, understanding the best practices for soil, water, crop, and cattle management lets your land remains productive and well-maintained ...
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When To Sell Your Farm In Alberta: An Essential Guide To Timing And Preparation

Selling your farm is a significant decision, one that requires careful planning and strategic timing. For those in Alberta looking to sell your farm, knowing the best time to list your land can make a substantial difference in attracting potential ...
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Is Farm Equipment Leasing Right For Your Alberta Farm?

You're ready to build your dream farm in Alberta. One important question looms: how will you get the equipment you need? Farm equipment leasing in Alberta offers a compelling alternative to traditional ownership, providing potential benefits for both your budget ...
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Is Buying Land A Good Investment in 2024? A Look at the Canadian Landscape

Canada's vast and diverse landscape offers a multitude of opportunities for investors. But with the recent market fluctuations, a common question arises: is buying land a good investment in 2024? Skip To What You Need To Know: Factors To Consider ...
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Innovative Uses for Your Recreational Land in Alberta

Maximize Your Potential Through Smart Recreational Land Use Planning Alberta's diverse landscapes offer a wealth of possibilities for those fortunate enough to own recreational land. From rolling foothills to majestic mountains and pristine lakes, the province's beauty beckons those seeking ...
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Starting a Hobby Farm in Alberta: A Comprehensive Guide to Buying Land For Sale

Ever dreamed of having your own mini farm nestled in the beautiful countryside of Alberta? A hobby farm might be the perfect way to make that dream come true. With hobby farms for sale across the province, now is your ...
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Tilling The Numbers: A Guide to Managing Alberta Land Tax Implications For Farmers And Ranchers

So you've decided to pursue farming life in Alberta. Kudos to you - there's nothing quite like living off the land and being your own boss. But before you dive into the daily chores of tending crops and livestock, you ...
A farm waiting for the first snow of winter. This is the perfect time to plan your winter biodiversity enhancement plan.

Biodiversity In The Snow:
How Alberta Ranches And Farms Stay Wildlife-Friendly All Winter

You're a farmer in Alberta, and you know how vital biodiversity is to the health and sustainability of your land. But have you considered what you can do in the winter to support wildlife and promote habitat on your farm? ...
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The Ins And Outs Of Buying Recreational Land In Alberta

So you've decided to invest in a little slice of paradise and purchase recreational property in Alberta. Excellent choice. Alberta's stunning vistas, lakes, and woodlands offer an ideal escape from the everyday. But before you sign on the dotted line, ...
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Gen X-ers and the Recreational Property Demand in Canada: A Buyer’s Guide

With baby boomers retiring and Gen Xers at the peak of their careers, it's no surprise that those born between 1965 and 1980 are increasingly pursuing land investments in Canada. In fact, Gen Xers are now the biggest buyers of ...