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Seager Wheeler National Historic Farm

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Great working farm

I stopped by the seager wheeler farm while passing through the area. Its a great stop between... read more

Reviewed 5 July 2018
Manoau2002
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Moose Jaw, Canada
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Rich history and great orchard at this heritage farm.

We did a wonderful self-guided tour of this heritage site. The orchard has some wonderful varieties... read more

Reviewed 31 July 2015
slewfoot007
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Swift Current, Canada
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5 Jul 2018
“Great working farm”
31 Jul 2015
“Rich history and great orchard at this heritage farm.”
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7km East on Highway 312, Rosthern, Saskatchewan S0K 3R0, Canada
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Reviewed 5 July 2018 via mobile

I stopped by the seager wheeler farm while passing through the area. Its a great stop between Batoche and Duck Lake if you are traveling that highway. There really isn't a lot to see at the museum from a history stand point. Where this site...More

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Reviewed 31 July 2015

We did a wonderful self-guided tour of this heritage site. The orchard has some wonderful varieties of Saskatoons and cherries.

1  Thank slewfoot007
Reviewed 8 July 2015

The presenters are very friendly, welcoming, and knowledgable about the yard. You can see a couple of the family homes built in the early 1900's, the blacksmith's shop, the bar, a couple of goats, two horses, and some farm equipment. $5 entry fee so for...More

2  Thank Blair T
Reviewed 29 October 2012

Seeger Wheeler was a self-trained horticulturalist from England who settled on the prairie at the end of the 19th century. He developed strains of wheat that could profitably be grown in the harsh prairie climate. He also developed strains of fruits which could survive that...More

Thank RonTSmithers_B_C_
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