The Village of Frontier has traditionally depended on agriculture to survive economically, but also relies on the manufacturing industry and the oil field. Grain farming. organic farming and ranching are common to the area. Honey Bee Manufacturing Ltd. is located 3 km. south of the Village of Frontier and is a major contributer to the economy of the area. Honey Bee is a fully integrated manufacturing company, developing and producing harvest equipment for the agricultural industry worldwide. Honey Bee employs over 150 people, and has equipment harvesting grain in over a dozen different countries and is an industry leader in the developement of harvesting equipment for a variety of crops. Guided tours of the facility are available Monday thru Friday. Tour groups larger than 10 persons are asked to call ahead to schedule a tour time. In 2001 our local farmers purchased the remaining grain elevator from the Saskatchewan Wheat Pool and The White Mud Trading Company was formed. They have been very sucessful in providing services to the area and have added grain cleaning equipment to further enhance their business. A number of local businesses service the Village of Frontier and the surrounding area. The Frontier Savings and Credit Union, formed in 1945, recently amallgamated with the Southwest Credit Union, now Innovation Credit Union. The Farm Supplier's Co-op, which had serviced the area for many years, recently amalgamated with the Pionner Co-op out of Swift Current. One of the aforementioned county stores which was moved into Frontier in 1923 was operated by the Heggestad family and became Norheim's General Store. It is one of two grocery stores in the village. G.R Fresh Meats and Groceries has recently undergone a major renovation and expansion and also has the Sears Catalogue outlet on it's premises. An insurance agency, mechanic shops, a lumber yard, a beauty shop, a chiropractor, a massage therapist, two restaurants plus a motel and restaurant are just some of the other businesses and services attainable in Frontier.