Farmers of North America is a volume-buy cooperative, incorporated in March 1998 by a rural Saskatchewan farm family, with the intention of increasing the profitability of the of the small farmer. The organization has now grown over 7500 producers representing more than Template:Convert in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan Manitoba, and Ontario, with requests from as far as Brazil to join.

Their programs range from fertilizers, animal health products and feeds, grain storage and handling equipment, fencing, agricultural leasing, oils, lubricants and tires and management services.

The company is noted for reviving the moribund Port of Churchill as a potential way to import cheaper fertilizers from overseas to compete with expensive North American products.

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