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We Know Farming

At G-Mac's AgTeam, our goal is to help you maximize your production in a profitable and sustainable manner. That means that we lead with Agronomy in everything that we do. We are guided by Our Four Rules of Agronomy:

  1. Always recommend sound agronomy.

  2. Provide value to the customer.

  3. Long-term success of G-Mac's AgTeam.

  4. Never confuse the order of the first three rules.


Make a move to support long term productivity and profitability on your farm. While technology such as sensors and algorithms may not replace Agronomy needs on your farm, at G-Mac's AgTeam we feel that Agronomists and Agronomy Consulting Experts (ACE's) with technology will replace those relying purely on traditional boots on the ground agronomy services alone. Our team is here to support you all season long, from crop planning right through until your crop is in the bin. When you pair our knowledgeable experts with the technology available on our iFarm platform, it's a win for your farm in maximizing productivity and profitability in a sustainable manner.
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agPROVE Trial Program

Officially launched in 2007, agPROVE is the largest field-scale trial program ran by any retail organization in Western Canada. The purpose of the trial program is to evaluate agronomic products and practices to ascertain their suitability for implementation on farms within our trade area. We collect and evaluate local data to help you to make effective agronomic decisions confidently and with consistent outcomes. 

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The Agronomy Den

At G-Mac's AgTeam, we are Crop Production Experts. Our Agronomy Team stays on the cutting edge of the Ag Industry and the Agronomy Den is our tool to share our knowledge with our growers. The G-Mac's AgTeam Agronomy Den Conference has been held every March since its inauguration in 2010. Each year, we bring industry speakers to discuss a variety of topics with attendees. The conference is a great way for growers to expand their knowledge and interact with other growers from across Western Saskatchewan.

In addition to the conferences, our team shares information in the form of a monthly digital Agronomy Den Newsletter. This newsletter is full of timely and relevant information to assist you in decisions made throughout the season. This newletter is written by our staff and sent by email to our customers in both written and video form.

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