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by Putting Farmers First.
Explore the available farmland for rent in Saskatchewan.
Learn how our Andjelic land services set us apart.
Get to know the spirit behind Andjelic.
Andjelic Land currently has holdings in 91 Rural Municipalities across Saskatchewan making up 218,406 acres under ownership. Why so much land? Because we want to be a one-stop shop for all producers looking to rent farmland. From those just starting out to large operations with generations of history and everyone in between, Andjelic Land has rental options available.
We want to cater to the young farmer just starting out who needs to rent a quarter or two, for they are our future. Farming is a very capital-intensive business, with high equipment costs, inputs & land. Renting can reduce some of these inputs. Once a young producer gets established they can start purchasing land as their cash reserves allow. We want to be there for young producers to get established and eventually become larger and larger as the older farmers retire. Our large inventory of land is there for producers to rent and, in combination with their own land, utilize equipment to its full potential.
Our large inventory also caters to large farm operations, which may need 100 quarters to set up a satellite operation. This would enable these operations to de-risk from area-specific frost, rainfall, seeding, and harvesting conditions. We feel our holdings separate us from other landowners in the province as we are poised to grow with our tenant's needs. As producers look to expand or diversify their geographic location we have the ability to accommodate such changes within our current land base.
Our holdings are always changing as we acquire new farmland that meets our strict buying criteria or as current property comes up for rent within our existing holdings. Our View Available Farmland page will always be updated with our current farmland available for rent making it easy to see what is available in your preferred area.
We choose lands amidst neighbors who want to work with us, farmers who are aligned with our vision, and our investments in land stewardship and community. We can’t create land, but we can increase productive acres on existing holdings. We choose parcels on which we can perform improvements that enable the operators to maneuver big machinery. We choose locations near communities where we create jobs for locals to perform land improvements as an investment in our tenant partners. We choose land throughout Saskatchewan because diversification is key to risk management and long-term stability. We are rural people who want rural Saskatchewan to be strong. That strength underpins our long-term business vision.
Video highlighting significant land improvements completed by Andjelic Land. Please note that similar improvements have been completed on our lands throughout the province.
All of Andjelic Land improvements, go a long way to give Saskatchewan producers an edge worldwide in agricultural production & efficiency. The above video was taken by a tenant on Andjelic owned lands after significant land improvements were completed by Andjelic.
40,000 Green Acres
Andjelic Land is committed to sustainable land practices and the overall soil health and diversification of lands across Saskatchewan. As such, Andjelic Land owns 40,000 acres of green land that are not cultivated across the province. Although we focus on cultivated acres, we understand the importance and are committed to diversity and maintaining green acres in our portfolio. These 40,000 acres are comprised of pasture lands, native grass, wetlands, and trees. Andjelic Land intends to keep these spaces natural for the long term for wildlife species and their habitats across the province, protecting them, the ecosystems, and preserving biodiversity.
Focusing on Local Farmland for a Global Impact.
As a family owned and operated company with experience in commercial and farm real estate, our goal is to improve the farmland we lease. We feel our ability to remain grounded and focused on what matters, our tenants, and the Premium Sustainable Land™ we lease are what gives us an advantage over other landlords. In addition, with Saskatchewan’s central location and ease of export, we offer a wide range of opportunities for those wishing to rent farmland. Our sustainable land practices ensure prosperity for future generations and we maintain an open dialogue with our tenants to keep ourselves accountable. In short, a handshake still means something to us, and our success is shared.
Trust & Transparency
We feel the foundation of any relationship worth having is built on trust and transparency. We trust our tenants to be proper stewards of our land and will treat it as if it were their own. We embrace transparency by always being open and available to our tenants.
Stability in Long-Term Lease
A successful business always has a long-term vision, one that aims to achieve grand things. A farm operation is no different, and that is one reason why we believe in signing long-term leases. It allows our tenants the ability to plan for the future without worrying about losing acres. We also know proper crop rotation and nutrient programs are key to soil health. By allowing long term-leases, we are able to encourage our tenants to plan a proper five-year crop rotation.
Since our inception, we have dedicated millions each year to improve the farmland we own. We identify key projects that we feel have the greatest impact on our tenants farming the land. Not every project is about new acres coming online - some are dedicated to new grain storage, better road access, and increased efficiency during field operations.
Our tenants are some of the best producers in the world. Each day, we work to try and add value to them by listening to their suggestions. Without the hard-working men and women who lease our farmland, we would not have the opportunity to contribute to this amazing farming community in Saskatchewan. We hold the most respect for our tenants and will continue to strive to be trusted landlords that exceed expectations.
Sustainable Land Practice
Without the proper time and effort put into caring for our natural resources - soil and water - we will find ourselves unable to make a living in the future. Care must be taken to ensure we farm in a sustainable way so generations to come can feed the world. Andjelic Land goes to great lengths to choose like minded producers who believe and practice sustainability and long term health of the land.
Value-Add in Saskatchewan
For decades, Saskatchewan has been overlooked for investment dollars in downstream agriculture. Commodities have always been shipped out of the province, but that time has come to an end. Andjelic has been working with new industry players, government, and investors to drive new capital into the province for value-add business. The result is more competitive pricing for commodities you grow, less reliance on transportation by rail, and ultimately prosperity for the province as a whole with job creation.