Phone: 306.693.3649

Pedigreed Seed

Each year we try to grow the latest available varieties from the Crop Development Center in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. All of our seed is cleaned to pedigreed standards.

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McDougall Acres Ltd.

We are the fourth generation working and living on our farm near Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Canada. Our farm has been in the family since 1917. In 1975, the farm was incorporated and became known as McDougall Acres Ltd.

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Grandma Lou's

All of our Grandma Lou's products are grown in Saskatchewan. The products are cleaned and bagged by us. We offer a superior product with fewer impurities.

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We offer a wide variety of Pedigreed Lentil seeds.
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We offer CDC Bethune Flax seed.
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We offer two different Pedigreed pea seeds.
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We offer six differnt Pedigreed wheat seeds.  More Info »

Each year we try to grow the latest available varieties from the CDC (Crop Development Center) in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.  New seed available this spring.

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Apr 23 2014

2014 Seeding Hours

Tractor pulling seeding equipment down the field

Planning to pick up your ordered certified seed?

Phone ahead and we'll try to be ready for you.  


Seed Load-Out times

Monday to Friday:  7:00 am to 4:00 pm

Saturdays: 9:00 am to 3:00 pm

After posted hours:  Please phone to see what's possible.


Dec 09 2013

Reconstituted Flax

The new reconstituted CDC Bethune 14 and CDC Sorrel 14 will be available this spring.  Book soon as supplies are running low.

"The Flax Council, along with the University of Saskatchewan and SeCan, is in the process of re-constituting new seed stocks of CDC flax varieties that will be ready for the 2014 planting season. While there are no guarantees, the industry believes this is the best path to remove CDC Triffid from the Canadian system and start to rebuild Canada as the global leader in flax production and export."  Flax Council of Canada

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Oct 29 2011

Benefits of Using Certified Seed


The Canadian Seed Growers' Association (CSGA) completed a series of interviews with Canadian farmers on their use of Certified seed in 2009. Farmers acknowledged that Certified seed provided higher quality seed, but the main reason farmers went to the bin for their seed was because of the higher upfront costs of Certified seed. Without a doubt, upfront costs of Certified seed are higher than bin-run seed but in the long-run, Certified seed provides many benefits that bin-run seed may not.

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