Some of the top crops in Mackenzie County include oats, peas, barley, wheat, canola, and hemp. Mackenzie County also produces seeds that are larger, safer, and hardier than those grown anywhere else.
The conditions in Mackenzie County are ripe for growth. Summer days are longer. In the winter, cold temperatures kill off most of the pests. Wind direction and a forest break to the south make for lower crop disease pressures. This is why Mackenzie County is home to more than half of Alberta’s organic farmers.
If you are interested in growing crops in Mackenzie County, Mackenzie Agriculture can help. Visit Mackenzie Agriculture for more details.