About: Schanzenfeld

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Schanzenfeld is a small community about 1 mile south of Winkler, Manitoba, Canada. It is located in the Rural Municipality of Stanley. Largely a Mennonite community, its close vicinity to Winkler has made it a suburb of the much larger City of Winkler. The village was named after Jacob Yost Shantz, a businessman from Ontario who helped German-speaking Mennonites migrate from Imperial Russia to southern Manitoba. He visited areas of southern Manitoba in 1872 to explore possibilities for Mennonite settlement. Beef cows owned by the Enns Cattle Co. If your looking for great meat come to Schanz!

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  • Schanzenfeld is a small community about 1 mile south of Winkler, Manitoba, Canada. It is located in the Rural Municipality of Stanley. Largely a Mennonite community, its close vicinity to Winkler has made it a suburb of the much larger City of Winkler. The village was named after Jacob Yost Shantz, a businessman from Ontario who helped German-speaking Mennonites migrate from Imperial Russia to southern Manitoba. He visited areas of southern Manitoba in 1872 to explore possibilities for Mennonite settlement. The community is first noted on a Department of the Interior map in 1881. It opened a post office ion 21-2-4W in 1884 but it was soon moved to Winkler on 4-3-4W. The community was on 16-2-4W and 21-2-4W while the school district was located at SW22-2-4W. Economy:Schanzenfed has a very diversified economy. It has two meat shops (Banman meats and Southern Meats), Newline Boilers, Western Farm Services, and a feedlot that has a capacity of 499 Beef cows owned by the Enns Cattle Co. If your looking for great meat come to Schanz! Fun Fact: One random poll that took place in Schanzenfeld suggested that the most common occupation in Schanzenfeld is a bus driver. Division 1 Baseball star Arlen Peters is from Schanzenfeld. (en)
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  • Schanzenfeld is a small community about 1 mile south of Winkler, Manitoba, Canada. It is located in the Rural Municipality of Stanley. Largely a Mennonite community, its close vicinity to Winkler has made it a suburb of the much larger City of Winkler. The village was named after Jacob Yost Shantz, a businessman from Ontario who helped German-speaking Mennonites migrate from Imperial Russia to southern Manitoba. He visited areas of southern Manitoba in 1872 to explore possibilities for Mennonite settlement. Beef cows owned by the Enns Cattle Co. If your looking for great meat come to Schanz! (en)
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