Leguee Farms

Who are we?

We are a progressive grain farm located in Southeastern Saskatchewan, between the town of Fillmore and the city of Weyburn. Our goal is to profitably produce quality food in a sustainable fashion.

The Leguee family manages and operates the farm with the help of two full-time employees and two seasonal employees. My parents, my older sister and I manage the different aspects of the operation.

We are currently seeking seasonal employees for the 2017 harvest.

Go to our brand-new website to learn more about our farm and what we have to offer!



2 thoughts on “Leguee Farms

  1. L.S. September 5, 2014 / 12:14 pm

    Stumbled on your blog the end of last year as I was searching for something related to farming. We also farm, near Williston, ND, so can relate to many of your weather related posts. Farming has certainly been a challenge this year. (But, I guess that is every year in some manner, isn’t it?) You do a wonderful job of explaining the trials of farming. You also do an excellent job with explanations regarding the general questions people seem to have about how things are done on a farm.
    We just finished up our lentil harvest and have moved on to spring wheat. The weathermen are talking about frost next week. Sigh… after rain this week. It’s always something.
    Regardless, I basically just wanted to say that I enjoy your writing, and your easy way of explaining a tough job to the world.
    Good luck with your remaining harvest.

    • Jake September 15, 2014 / 1:09 pm

      Thanks for checking out my blog! You’re right, there’s always something to complicate things on the farm. But I guess it comes with the territory, doesn’t it? Good luck with the rest of your harvest. It looks like we will all need some luck this year!

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