This 27 quarters are all in one block connected with cultivated farmland, and some of seeded to tame hay and native grass. Two yard sites both have a house on it, water wells and livestock wintering facilities are also included. Furthermore, on the North yard, there is a newer wind turbine, and it's already contracted with SaskPower to sell its power into the grid. The farmland that currently use for hay and native grass seeding can easily be turned into crop production farmland, and the crops would be qualified for organic certification. The border of this block are mostly fenced by five wires, and one of them has electricty going through. The land is always ready for rotational grazing. However, the electirc wire can also be easily removed from the fence, so that it would be convinence to start the grain farming. Many watering stations are located in this block, they are serviced by the pipelines 8ft below the ground. Meanwhile, some portable watering stations are also included with the land. While cattles are rotating to different areas, owner will be able to move the watering stations with them.