We offer complete seed solutions.

Family-owned and operated since 1923. Our focus is on Certified seed and seed
and grain cleaning.

A DIVISION OF ELLIS FARM SUPPLIES LTD.

We are a Seed and Agri-Service Company

Our services include: Seed Multiplication, Variety Evaluation, Seed/Grain Cleaning, Seed Retail/Wholesale, Seed treating
Seed

Seed

  • Seed production crops include: wheat, oats, soybeans, flax, barley, peas, millet, hemp
  • Higher pedigreed seed available
    Seed

    Services

    • State of the art seed cleaning facility
    • We receive and ship bulk loads, containers and mini bulks
    • Quality control assurance
    • Cereal and Soybean Seed Treatments
    • Soybean and Pea Seed Inoculants (on seed and in-furrow)
    Seed

    Storage

    • We partner with both Concept Industries and Corr Grain Systems to offer you the best quality and value
    • Offer smooth wall grain and fertilizer bins as well as corrugated hopper and large grain bins

    We grow the seeds we sell.

    From the moment we plant the seed in our fields, it is managed to produce the highest quality seed possible. When you purchase your certified seed from Ellis Seeds you can feel confident. In addition to receiving local performance results and agronomic advice on the variety you buy, we stand by our product right up to the moment it germinates in your field and beyond. Our family lives where we do business and we are like you – proud of the crops we grow.

    “We’re happy with AAC Brandon from Ellis Seeds, it’s a good variety and we haven’t found anything that performs better on our farm, yet. Ellis Seeds is local and they support the community we live and work in. Dealing with them is easy and convenient, it just makes sense!”

    — Brett Hargreaves, Harwest Farms

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    2 days ago
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    The crop is out of the ground and off to the races. We have been busy spraying, trying to ensure our fields stay weed free. Flea beetles have been found in the canola and will be watched closely for any damage. ... See MoreSee Less

    The crop is out of the ground and off to the races. We have been busy spraying, trying to ensure our fields stay weed free. Flea beetles have been found in the canola and will be watched closely for any damage.Image attachmentImage attachment+5Image attachment
    4 weeks ago
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    We are back in the field seeding peas. This is a new variety, called Hickie, that will be available to our customers in 2024. In other exciting news, our wheat has a tiny sprout! ... See MoreSee Less

    We are back in the field seeding peas. This is a new variety, called Hickie, that will be available to our customers in 2024. In other exciting news, our wheat has a tiny sprout!Image attachmentImage attachment+1Image attachment

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    Good news

    I’m on the edge of my seat!!!!!!!

    4 weeks ago
    Ellis Seeds

    A quiet day around the farm as the fields are still a bit wet or cold to keep seeding. I found a quiet place out of the wind to sit and relax. I hope you found time to rest. Listen closely for frogs and the wind in the tree tops. ... See MoreSee Less

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    Looks and sounds so peaceful 🙂

    Love this!❤️

    We fillin again .

    4 weeks ago
    Ellis Seeds

    Seeding one of our favourite fields. The golf course sits atop Wawanesa’s North cliffs. ... See MoreSee Less

    Seeding one of our favourite fields. The golf course sits atop Wawanesa’s North cliffs.

    Comment on Facebook

    Glad to see your in the field, happy seeding!

    We could hear your air seeder from the side yard. Nice to see everyone in the fields finally!

    4 weeks ago
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    Can you spot the wheat seeds? Our first field of wheat is finally being seeded. Let’s Go! ... See MoreSee Less

    Can you spot the wheat seeds? Our first field of wheat is finally being seeded. Let’s Go!Image attachment
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