Farm for the future, today.

Together we can reinvent agriculture.

Help meet the needs of a changing world


At Cargill, we’re focused on partnering with farmers like you to nourish the world. And we know you’re invested in the sustainable success of your farm. So we’ve committed to work with you to help improve the future of farming, and help you grow more profitably while preserving natural resources from one generation to the next, and creating long-term success for your farm. 


Secure new markets for your canola

European biodiesel manufacturers are experiencing a growing demand for canola grown by Canadian farmers on land that meets certain sustainability requirements. Many farmers have already joined our program. See if you qualify.

The latest in crop nutrition – faster than ever


We’re building a $30 million fertilizer distribution centre next to our canola crush plant at Camrose, AB that will carry our full line of bulk fertilizers, along with value-added products that help you achieve the 4R’s – right source, right rate, right place and right time. Blending and loading promise to be the fastest on the market. Construction began in June, and the distribution centre is scheduled to open in August 2021.

This cutting edge facility will feature:

  • 35,000 tonnes of storage capacity, including space for both bulk product and value-added products such as MicroEssentials.
  • The first retail site in western Canada to offer four-product liquid coating capabilities for micronutrients like YaraVita Procote, and nutrient stabilizer coatings.
  • The fastest load times in the market for blended or straight fertilizer that can help save you time and fuel when you return from the crush plant with a load of fertilizer.

Not only will farmers be able to access products and blends that will help achieve production goals directly from the new centre, but you’ll also see faster product availability – particularly in Vermilion, Vegreville, Leduc, and Beiseker – due to improved fertilizer flows within the rest of our crop inputs network. This marks more than $300 million invested by Cargill in projects in Alberta over the past five years.