P&H Expands Saskatchewan Presence

Parrish & Heimbecker Limited today announced the acquisition of a crop-input facility at Langbank, Saskatchewan, expanding services to farmers through its network of grain-handling and crop-input facilities.

P&H at Langbank offers a full-service granular fertilizer operation with custom blending services, liquid fertilizers, canola and pedigreed bulk seed, as well as a full line of crop-protection products.

“P&H has operated in Western Canada for more than 100 years,” Lance Jorgenson, facility manager at Langbank, said in a company press release. “This company is an integral part of the agricultural fabric of the Prairies. We are also strongly focussed on continuing to offer the highest level of service to customers.”

Parrish & Heimbecker Limited is a private, family-owned business founded in 1909. This Canadian-owned, vertically integrated business is one of the largest full-service grain-handling and crop-input supply companies in Canada. It is also the largest Canadian-owned milling company in Canada, with animal nutrition, poultry farming and food-processing divisions in Western and Eastern Canada.

 

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