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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    Ellis Seeds is a family owned and operated agricultural business that is focused on:
    • Pedigreed Seed Sales
    • Seed/Grain Cleaning
    • Seed Protection Product

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    5 days ago

    Today we received a special piece of equipment for an exciting project that is in the works. We don’t want to spoil the surprise, but I’m sure some experienced ag people will be able to identify what we received. 🤫 ... See MoreSee Less

    Today we received a special piece of equipment for an exciting project that is in the works. We don’t want to spoil the surprise, but I’m sure some experienced ag people will be able to identify what we received. 🤫Image attachment

    3 CommentsComment on Facebook

    Cheese grater! Nacho Monday will be even better!

    Will you ever tell us what it is?

    Curious !

    2 weeks ago

    Getting canola in the ground. We will sacrifice our crop to flea beetles so our neighbours canola is insect free. 🤪 ... See MoreSee Less

    Getting canola in the ground. We will sacrifice our crop to flea beetles so our neighbours canola is insect free. 🤪

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    You must be rehearsing for a political future

    2 weeks ago

    Our GPS isn’t working due to the solar storm, but we don’t mind when we get to see the northern lights.

    If you are wondering why all our soybeans have crooked rows, they have been planted without automatic steering.
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    Our GPS isn’t working due to the solar storm, but we don’t mind when we get to see the northern lights.

If you are wondering why all our soybeans have crooked rows, they have been planted without automatic steering.Image attachment

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    Seeding old school! Way to go, Simon!

    3 weeks ago

    Seeding a new variety of wheat called AAC Westking. It was grown in New Zealand and the seed shipped all the way to Canada! ... See MoreSee Less

    Seeding a new variety of wheat called AAC Westking. It was grown in New Zealand and the seed shipped all the way to Canada!

    4 CommentsComment on Facebook

    Simon, I think you should send your youngest Ellis aunt on a fact finding mission to New Zealand to ensure this grain is up to Canadian standards.

    Are kernels bigger than ours?

    Not worried it will grow upside down??

    3 weeks ago

    Getting back into the field. Esme flax is up first. We hope to see lots of units moving in the field by the end of the day. ... See MoreSee Less

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    Good news. Happy and safe seeding

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