LAND OPPORTUNITY: 4.5 Acre Field with Barn for Grazing or More! – Courtenay, BC

Posted by Azja Jones Martin on November 19, 2020

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ABOUT THE LAND

This 4.5 acre field is fenced for livestock and ideal grazing/browsing for goats, pigs or other animals. A barn shelter for animals with 4 large stalls and storage area is available, and is plumbed with municipal water. The field is currently a mix of grasses and small shrubs and has two small ponds. Two shallow wells may be available for use but do not have pumps installed at this time. Space may be used for growing annual crops as well if the farmer is interested.

ABOUT THE OPPORTUNITY

For the right fit, the landowner is open to a farmer bringing their own tiny home or other mobile accommodation onto the land. There is access to power and likely the ability to connect into the existing septic system. Water is municipal. A driveway with separate access from the main house is available for the farmer.

This can be a somewhat collaborative arrangement with the landowner, particularly around shared animal care. The owner has an interest in dairy cows, for any farmers with an interest in dairy there is opportunity for collaboration on animal care and milk sharing. Apple trees can be shared responsibility for pruning and harvest if the farmer is interested.

GET IN TOUCH

This land opportunity is available through the B.C. Land Matching Program. If you are interested in this opportunity, reach out to the Vancouver Island Land Matcher, Azja, at azja@youngagrarians.org to start a conversation!

Learn more about the land (and other Land Listings in your region) on the Young Agrarians UMAP. For more about the B.C. Land Matching Program, please visit youngagrarians.org/land

The B.C. Land Matching Program is funded on Vancouver Island by the Province of British Columbia, with support from Cowichan Valley Regional District, the Real Estate Foundation of B.C., and Patagonia.

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