The Atlantic Grains Council is pleased to have a strong network of member organizations. Please contact us if you would like to learn more about the benefits of becoming a member.
A leader in animal feed, Agri- Marché operates several animal feed mills throughout Ontario and Quebec. The company also operates swine and poultry breeding farms, as well as a transshipment center and assists producers in reaching their objectives.
Formed in 1985, A&L consists of eight analytical laboratories throughout North America. It is an agricultural and environmental laboratory specializing in soil, plant tissue, fertilizer and water testing.
A company dedicated to processing non-GMO soybeans and certified seed to international and domestic markets.
Owned by La Coop Federee, Atlantic Farm Services consists of three feed mills in Moncton, Truro and New Minas, as well as provides farm supplies, general merchandise and grain marketing activities.
An agronomic consulting company in New Brunswick providing growers with custom services. Services include pesticide and fertilizer recommendations, soil sampling, nutrient testing, field scouting and much more.
Starting in 2010, the company has expanded to buy and sell grains, oilseed crops, custom cut and custom dry oilseed and corn crops.
Dekalb specializes in the sale of corn hybrids, corn silage, soybeans and canola. The organization provides information on product performance of each crop as a resource to producers.
Located in St. Marie, NB, East Coast Grains Inc. grows over 800 acres of grains and oilseeds. The company is in the process of building new storage facilities to store grain and have licensed graders on site. East Coast Grains Inc. looks forward to expanding its operation in the future.
Specialization in production and marketing of quality grains and oilseeds. Eastern Grains Inc. has a seed division, feed division and provides storage and equipment.
ECODA aims to benefit oilseed growers, processors and exporters in Eastern Canada by establishing oilseed crop options that match regional factors and market needs.
Responsible for promoting the continued development, expansion and diversification of competitive and sustainable primary and value-added agriculture and agrifoods businesses.
PEI’s leading provider of lime, gypsum and hydra-lime spreading services.
Informs Canadian farmers about the benefits of Canadian Certified seed; assists seed growers with the production of pedigreed seed crops; and helps food processors and end-users understand the benefits and advantages of using ingredients that are grown from Certified seed.
As the largest feed mill operation in the area, the Co-Op works to create custom feed mixes for farms. In addition, it is a certified organic mill, with shipments of organic feed and grain all over Atlantic Canada. A Country Store is operated to sell everything from work wear to wood shavings to pet supplies.
The Commission trains, authorizes and supervises all grain graders; inspects and calibrates all grain grading equipment; settles any grain grade related disputes and provides yearly monitoring of toxin levels of NB grown wheat, oats, barley and corn.
Provides leadership and services in advancing soil and crop management in a profitable and sustainable manner.
A leading animal nutrition company that invests in research, development and technology application to deliver superior results for producers.
Serves crop producers across Prince Edward Island with a variety of products, including fertilizer, crop protection products, seed, and various agriculture services.
A non-profit, democratic organization of Island farmers working together for the betterment of primary producers. Responsible for reviewing legislative and regulatory issues, lobbying and delivering programs and services to the farm community.
A crown corporation with three elevator facilities throughout PEI with combined capacity exceeding 32,000 metric tonnes. The organization markets products both domestically and internationally on behalf of producers and provides value-added services to customers.
A not-for-profit corporation with the mission of helping farmers, fishermen and food processors be prosperous and profitable through field services, quality and food safety, and product development and commercialization services.
The largest Canadian-owned milling company, sourcing wheat from throughout Canada to produce quality flour and cereal products.
A complete farm store, Phillips Agri Services has been serving PEI’s agriculture community for over forty years. Originally a feed company, the organization offers products from suppliers such as Shur-Gain, DeLaval, Dupont and Quality Seeds Ltd. A retail outlet sells feed, bird feed, pet food and supplies and many other farm supplies and seasonal lawn and home care items.
Producer-based organization that supports the improvement of soils and crops through the adoption of best management practices, ensures a competitive agri-food industry, and undertakes farm-level research to better Nova Scotia farms.
Supplies crop inputs and associated services to farmers in Ontario and the Maritimes. Specializing in fertilizer, seed, agricultural pesticides, farm supply and agronomic services.
Family-oriented company that buys and sells export quality cereals, pulses and oilseeds. The organization sources products directly from growers then processes and/or cleans and ships products worldwide.
Community-operated business created to provide a Grain Centre for the region’s farmers to dry, store and market grain. Overall objective of the organization is to support the agricultural sector and help develop new opportunities for agriculture. Currently has two distinctive businesses – a Grain Centre and an Agri-Fuel business.
Yara delivers solutions for sustainable agriculture and the environment through fertilizers and crop nutrition programs.