DISCLAIMER: The information contained in this website is for general information purposes only. Cargill Limited assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions in the contents. Further, Cargill will not be liable for, and assumes no responsibility for, yield losses or reductions due to causes beyond Cargill’s control or arising from improper or inadequate growing practices. This website contains no guarantees, representations, warranties or conditions as to crop growth, yields or economic results. It is the Customer’s sole responsibility to determine whether to accept, reject or implement any information contained in this website. In no event shall Cargill Limited be liable for any special, direct, indirect, consequential, or incidental damages arising out of or in connection with the use of the contents of this manual. Cargill Limited reserves the right to make additions, deletions or modifications to the contents of this website at any time.
Sow the seeds of a great crop in 2021.
Seed represents potential yield so you’ll want to start with the best varieties for your area that will stand up to your biggest challenges. Cargill’s agronomy team has sorted through the data to bring you our “Best For” recommendations.
Aim higher with the Cargill Specialty Canola Program
Our newest hybrids combine high yield potential with TruFlex™ Technology
Take control with our easy, five-step program. Contact your local Cargill representative today to secure acres or click below to learn more.
Proper nutrition helps your crops achieve their potential.
Fertilizer purchases represent a significant investment in your crop. There are agronomic, logistical and cost implications to consider. You can simplify your decisions with a plan that accounts for each of these factors, with your crop’s nutritional needs as a starting point. Plus, by working with Cargill we can help you build a plan that meets the 4R principles of the right source, right rate, right time and right place, setting up your farm for long-term success and sustainability.
Put yourself on the path to success with a diversified grain marketing plan.
So often in life, success is the result of hard work and preparation. Selling grain is no different. You put the hard work into your farm. Make sure you’re prepared to profit with a grain marketing plan that capitalizes on opportunities and protects you from the unexpected.
Want help selling your grain? Our MarketSense advisors will work with you to set goals, analyze the markets, and build a diverse, personalized grain marketing plan.
In the News: Cargill Unveils Plans for New Canola Processing Facility in Regina, Saskatchewan
Cargill plans to break ground on a new canola processing facility in Regina, Saskatchewan, to support the growing global demand for canola products. The company expects to begin construction on the $350 million project, which will have a similar design to Cargill's existing Camrose facility, early next year with plans to be operational by early 2024.
Explore our most recent articles.
Connect to new markets for your canola.
Gaining access to multiple, stable export markets is more important than ever.
We know how crucial it is to have a diverse range of customers for Canadian canola so we’ve connected with European biodiesel manufacturers who need canola that meets certain sustainability standards. If your land use practices meet these simple standards, this could be the opportunity for you.
People, knowledge and facilities to connect you with a world of solutions.
In agriculture, the supply chain starts with farmers. Cargill connects you to the inputs, insights and global markets you need through our network of 40 crop inputs locations, 27 grain elevators, two canola crush plants and three export terminals. Contact your nearest location to speak to a Cargill representative today.