AgLink Canada helps Canadian farmers grow clean, quality, sustainable food and fibre for world markets.
Over the next 35 years the Earth’s population will grow from 7 billion to 9 billion. That’s another extra 215,000 mouths to feed every day. The challenge for farmers will be to increase the production of quality food and fibre. Utilizing scarce resources – land, water and labour – in more productive ways to meet the growing demand for clean, quality food, is an increasing challenge.
AgLink Canada – a collection of 16 independent family-owned businesses currently operating across the three western Canadian prairie provinces of Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba and has been helping Canadian farmers grow quality, sustainable food and fibre.
Our shareholders provide agronomy advice and supply input products to Canadian farmers, helping them produce greater amounts of clean, sustainable wheat, barley, canola, peas and lentils Our shareholders generate revenue of more than $400 million per annum, and employ 400 people, including 100 agronomists. Importantly, they have strong regional footprints, maintaining deep relationships with their customers and communities.
AgLink Canada has a strong focus on innovation, research and development, facilitating trials of new chemical, fertilizer and seed technology. Each year we carry out hundreds of hours of training, including skills in leadership and product knowledge.