1,815 Acre Livestock Farm near Vogar, MB. (Ashern area). Vogar (Siglunes, Manitoba, CA - R0C 3C0) Built


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  • Type: Farm and Ranch
  • Style: 2 Story Split
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Garage: Double, Detached
  • Size: 1,508 sq. ft.
  • Development Level: Built
  • Lot Size: 1815 acres
  • Year Built: 1982
  • Taxes: $5,100.00 (2021)
  • MLS ® #: 202201323
  • Basement: Yes, Partial


1815 Acre Farm located near Vogar, MB. (Ashern area). 1 mile off hwy 68; land is in one block – so no hauling of livestock is needed. Owners used to run 175 cows here plus 2000 turkey hens; prior to the 2011 flood. Some of the hay land has been reseeded alfalfa, but a larger portion is primarily native grasses; more acres could be reseeded. 3 water wells, McRae Lake, 3 dugouts, 2 waterers for winter. 1982 home 1508 SF, 4 bedroom, 1 ½ bathroom, geothermal heat, wood fireplace. 2003 Metal clad 40x40 insulated shop with concrete floor, 13’ tool room, radiant fin hot water heat. 1994 Metal Machine Shed 64x68 with dirt floor, wired, non-insulated. Hip-roof 34x40 garage with metal roof, wired. Loose housing 31x56 metal clad with 16x31 insulated section. Old Barn 32x90 with 20x24 addition, insulated, concrete floors, metal roof. Furnace shed, pumphouse, shelters, sheds, etc. For info, or to arrange a showing please contact your REALTOR® MLS # 202201323

Asking price - $925,000 Canadian dollars


DIRECTIONS: Yardsite 1 mile west off Hwy 68 on “Hayland Line” Road; (turn at community club), approx. 33 kms west of Junction highways 6 and 68; and approx. 20 kms south-east of Lake Manitoba Narrows. (farm is approx 2 hours north of Winnipeg)

GPS LOCATION 50.994317, -98.687169


LAND PARCELS: In the RM of West Interlake (formerly Siglunes)
Lot A & B of plan 30974; org. SW 16-23-09W – 73.67 ACRES – roll 45450 - title # 3085163
SE 17-23-09W (portion) - 12 ACRES – roll 45900 - title # 3085171
NE 17-23-09W - 103 ACRES – roll 45500 - title # 3085171
NE 19-23-09W - 160 ACRES – roll 46800 - title # 3085179
SE 19-23-09W - 157 ACRES – roll 47000 - title # 3085179
SE-19-23-09W (old school yard) - 3 ACRES – roll 47100 - title # 3085176
SE 20-23-9W (home ¼) - 161 acres – roll 47500 - title 3085170
NE 20-23-9W – 151.94 ACRES – roll 47300 - title # 3085169
NW 20-23-9W - 160 ACRES – roll 47400 - title # 3085173
SW 20-23-9W - 160 ACRES – roll 47600 - title # 3085173
SW 21-23-9W (west portion of the ¼) - 86.46 ACRES – roll 48100 - title # 3085166
SW 29-23-9W - 160 ACRES – roll 49400 - title # 3085168
SE 29-23-9W (west portion of the ¼) - 90.14 ACRES – roll 49300 - title # 3085168
NW 29-23-9W - 160 ACRES – roll 49200 - title # 3085168
NE 29-23-9W (west small portion) - 16.59 ACRES – roll 49100 - title # 3085164
NE 30-23-9W - 160 ACRES – roll 49500 - title # 3085165

LAND BREAKDOWN NOTES – The landowner hasn’t farmed this land in several years, it has been rented out. As such, the seller isn’t able to give a breakdown of the farm acres. To provide some overview info, we ordered detailed reports from the Manitoba Property Assessment Branch. Please see below for info.

Detailed tax assessment report info estimates the farm consists of the following (Note – this may not be exactly the case as of today, a prudent buyer should inspect the property first-hand).
BUSH AND SCRUB – 932.97 acres
SLOUGH HAY – 131 acres
SLOUGH – 41 acres

Some of the hay fields have been reseeded with alfalfa/hay blend, but a good portion of the hay land has gone back to mostly native grasses and should be reseeded to maximize feed production, and/or plant silage crops. This farm always grew hay for feed over the years; both tame and wild hay bales were made.
Perhaps approx. 184 Acres Alfalfa and 339 Acres native hay

IMPROVEMENT POTENTIAL – there is potential for land improvement, via bush clearing and/or breaking of acres in order to maximize the farm’s output. Even by using a dozer to open lines in the bush for improved grazing, and perhaps planting silage crops. The farm owners have always produced hay here, but the usage of silage corn for instance in this area has increased in recent years; which would provide additional winter feed to carry more cattle.



HOUSE: 1982 split level approx. 1508 SF home with 4 bedrooms, 1 ½ bathrooms (4pc near bedrooms, 2pc at entrance). Lino in kitchen & bathrooms, carpet in bedrooms, laminate flooring installed on main level in 2014. Glass-front wood-burning fireplace in living room. Geothermal heat/cooling. 2x6 construction. Unfinished basement. Deck. Internet with wifi

SHOP: 2003 Metal clad 40’x40’ insulated shop with concrete floor. Has a 12’9”x40’ walled off area for tool room/meat cutting etc. The main shop/storage area 26x40. Wired. Radiant-fin hydronic heating, via wood-burning yard furnace and an electric wall-mounted boiler, heat pump.

EQUIPMENT SHED: 1994 Metal Machine Shed 64x68 with dirt floors, wired, non-insulated (could be turned into a barn or sheep shed if needed)

GARAGE: Hip-roof 34’x40’ garage with metal roof, wired, not heated, dirt floor

Loose housing 31’x56’ metal clad with 16x31 insulated section
Old Barn 32x90 with 20x24 addition, insulated, concrete floors, metal roof. (was used as a turkey barn)

Metal 20x26 “furnace shed” and garage; where the wood furnace is located that heats the shop
pumphouse, assorted shelters & sheds, etc.

CORRALS – old corrals are wood & metal; with a headgate (corrals need quite a lot of repair, there hasn’t been livestock kept over winter here for several years now)

2 wells on yard site – both are drinkable water (1 is at the shop with box cover over it; the other is east of the house near a livestock waterer)
1 well ½ mile from farm site for cattle (behind the old school)
McRae Lake
3 dugouts
2 waterers for winter

Not all quarters are fenced; only the ones used for pasture are fenced. Fences are old and will need attention.

Seller used to run 175 cows here plus 2000 turkey hens; prior to the 2011 flood.
Some of the hay land has been reseeded, but most of the alfalfa has petered out on the hay fields, they are primarily native grasses at the moment but more acres could be reseeded.
The farm is all in one block, so cattle don't need to be hauled to pasture
There are a few acres of Crown leased land, along McRae lake (rent was only like $44)
Septic system is a tank with field
Ashern K-12 schooling with bus service to the lane
Electrical utility (hydro) for the farm was only $1,468.86 in 2018, Geothermal system helps keep costs down.
2021 Property taxes - approx. $5,100


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