Priced at $995,000, the property is actually made up four individual parcels, located 20 minutes outside the northern B.C. town of Vanderhoof.
61 head of bison are included in what the listing agent describes as a "perfect starter bison ranch."
Also included is a quaint, 600 sq ft house built in 2013, and a couple other structures and $40,000 in new fencing to keep your bison in.
105 acres of the land are cleared and seeded hay meadows, 80 acres are newly cleared pasture, and 291 acres are made up of a coniferous tree plantation. The rest is made up of aspen and open wetlands.
The listing states that the plantation sections of the property will bring added value in the future as the timber grows to maturation and can be harvested.
As for the nearby town, Vanderhoof is located near the centre of our province and has a population of roughly 4,500 people. It's about 100 kilometres from Prince George.