Hamiota GO Centre
Box 50, 221 Elm Street, Hwy 21 N
Hamiota, Manitoba R0M 0T0
Box 50, 221 Elm Street
Hamiota, MB, R0M 0T0
Tel: (204) 764-
The Hamiota Municipality has the reputation of being one of the most productive agricultural areas in Manitoba.
Newdale clay loam is the predominant soil type; a class 2 soil. There is a small amount of class 4 and class 5 soil in the Southwest corner of the municipality.
The municipality is located in what is generally known as pothole country. Most quarter sections contain 110 to 130 cultivated acres.
The average annual precipitation is about 18 inches; half of that occurring as rainfall during the growing season.
The number of frost-
Secondary crops include field peas, flax, oats, soybeans and lentils.
This area has traditionally been a grain producing area. Beef production is by far the predominant livestock enterprise, including both purebred and commercial cow-