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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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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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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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Lentils

We offer a wide variety of Pedigreed Lentil seeds.
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Flax

We offer CDC Bethune Flax seed.
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Peas

We offer two different Pedigreed pea seeds.
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Wheat

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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Jun 13 2012

Agrocorp Partnership

Agrocorp International is expanding into Saskatchewan and plans to call Moose Jaw home.

The international company is a large buyer of all commodities and has offices in key destination markets such as Singapore, India, Indonesia, Australia and Russia.

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The company has teamed up with McDougall Acres in Moose Jaw and Plant Manager Colin Young says they are focusing on pulses with plans to open a high speed loading and cleaning facility in the city.

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Oct 29 2011

Benefits of Using Certified Seed

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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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