Manitoba agricultural Crown land lease auctions will switch an online format in February, a move that is expected to better help meet the needs of clients, the province said Tuesday.
“The new, online auction format will ensure we can offer all Manitobans the opportunity to rent additional lands that will support their farming operations,” Agriculture and Resource Development Minister Blaine Pedersen said in a release.
Allocating agricultural Crown land leases by way of a public auction is part of the modernization of the Agricultural Crown Lands Program, the minister noted. These leases and permits are available to farmers and ranchers, to provide an additional land base on which to conduct agricultural activities.
A number of agricultural Crown land parcels will be available to rent for haying, grazing, or cropping. The official listing of agricultural Crown lands available for rent can be found at: https://resd.ca/leases_and_permits/LPproperties.aspx.
The online auctions will be hosted by Garton’s Auction Service from Feb. 8 to 12, with further information to follow on https://gartonsauction.com/.
Source: DePutter Publishing Ltd.
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