Webb's Crop Services Ltd. incorporated under its present business name in the winter of 2004. This was timed with a large move and expansion to the East side of Vermilion to our present modern facility. We are a full service agronomic crop inputs business that prides itself on our focus of managing agronomy and growing more bushels. We have adopted this model over the years knowing that our customers enhanced growth and profitability would directly reflect and impact our success in this business. Our team is both challenged and excited about their roles in this ever changing business of agriculture and prides themselves on offering you the solutions that best suit your business needs combined with the high level of service your business requires.
Webb's Crop Services Ltd is part of the Webb's Family of businesses including Webb's Machinery Ltd. with locations in Vermilion, Vegreville, and most recently Lamont, as well as Webb's Ford Ltd in Vermilion. The Webb's businesses date back to 1933 when George Webb Sr. took over the local Massey-Harris Agency. That business quickly grew to include a feed business in 1935, a service station in 1939, Ford Motor Company in 1946. Our roots date back to 1943 when George Webb Sr. signed with CMS to carry Elephant Brand Fertilizer, which became Cominco, then as we know it today Agrium.
In 2004 Webb's Crop Services entered the grain business in partnership with others they formed Grain Solutions Inc. (former Viking Grain and Livestock), this company went on to merge with Providence Grain (a producer owned grain company) in 2008 to form Providence Grain Solutions Inc with 5 locations in Alberta and 1 in Saskatchewan. Providence Grain continues to grow and has developed numerous partnerships with other similar grain companies giving them the network required to effectively market your grain.
Webb’s Crop Services is a well diversified, well networked, local Ag Retail business. We are very proud of our customers and our community and work diligently to provide them with solutions that further enhance their business and their livelihood.