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Economic Base

Two primary industries dominate in the Stettler region -- agriculture [ranching and grain farming] and oil & gas. Agriculture is the mainstay, which employs most of the rural population and supports a healthy agricultural service sector within the Town of Stettler. Agriculture is the greatest contributor to Stettler's economic stability and offers many opportunities. Stettler farmers produce such diverse items as dairy products, straw, hay, barely, canola, oats, honey, poultry, cattle, hogs and rye.

As the town is in the heart of a very productive agricultural industry, there is not only great potential to provide numerous services to area farmers, but also to become involved in food-processing. Tourism has become a big part of Stettler's economy with the advent of Alberta Prairie Steam Tours. In addition, Stettler attracts sportsmen from all over with the abundance of hunting and fishing in the surrounding area. Also within the Town of Stettler, a significant level of employment is concentrated in government services and trade industries.

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Big Valley Antiques & Collectibles
Box 316
Big Valley, Alberta,
T0J 0G0
Ph: (403) 876-2161
Donalda Antique Market
Donalda, Alberta,
T0B 1H0
Ph: (403) 883-2510
Fax: (403) 883-2022
Erskine Antiques & Collectibles
Hwy 12
Box 184
Erskine, Alberta,
T0C 1G0
Ph: (403) 742-4958
Fax: (403) 742-5617

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Box 280, 5031 - 50 Street, Stettler, Alberta, Canada T0C 2L0