Leguee Farms

Who are we?

We are a progressive grain, oilseed and pulse farm located near the small town of Fillmore, Saskatchewan. We currently grow a mix of crops over nearly 14,000 acres of land, spanning more than 35 miles from corner to corner, with a variety of soil types throughout.

The world’s most precious resource is its soil. At Leguee Farms, we strive to protect it from the ravages of wind, rain, and heat, by avoiding tillage and keeping the soil covered wherever possible. Minimum tillage is the backbone of this farm, and has been for the past 25 years.

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, my brother-in-law and I manage the different aspects of the operation.

Go to our 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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