Agricultural land around Rossburn varies in elevation from 646m near the boundary of Riding Mountain National Park, to 585m on the south side of the town. The Birdtail River originates in the Park and drains south towards the Assiniboine River. Grain production predominates as soils are generally fertile. Clay loam south and southeast of Rossburn is especially suited to good cereal and specialty crop production. The average farm size is 700 acres.
Forage crops, mainly alfalfa and grasses, grow well on the rolling land near Riding Mountain National Park and in the Birdtail Valley. Isolated areas with saline soils are suited to forage. Several commercial beef herds of Hereford, Charlois, Simmental, Angus, and Limousin benefit from the forage production.
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