Central Alberta Coop Crossfield Agro started operations in November 2013 when Central Alberta Coop based out of Red Deer purchased the Ag asset’s from Viterra, Crossfield Agro is comprised of a team of five full time and seven part-time staff providing superior customer service to the surrounding area customer, excellent agronomic advice from the marketing and sales team provides an advantage to their customers from seeding time to harvest completion. Crossfield Ag is very involved within the community, proud sponsors of Crossfield, Carstairs and Cremona 4H clubs, Crossfield Rodeo Society, Olds, Carstairs, Crossfield and Didsbury Curling Clubs, Rockyview Foundation – Senior housing, Crossfield Fire Department, United Way and Run for Cancer. We want to say Thank you Crossfield Ag for your community support and sponsorships, treating us like family and being there when we need you most.
Central Alberta Coop Crossfield Agro should win due to their presence and involvement within the various community and farming groups, their dedicated staff is always there to assist us on the farm, their extended hours during busy spring/ fall seasons, excellent sound agronomic advice and dedication to their customers are truly recognized. Central Alberta Coop supports local clubs, sporting leagues, non-profit organizations and community projects, with approximately 0.01% of all Central Alberta Co-op’s sales going to support these initiative’s and projects. Thank for leaving us with that “You’re at home here” feeling and Good Luck.
Central Alberta Coop - Crossfield are proud sponsors of Crossfield, Carstairs and Cremona 4H clubs, Crossfield Rodeo Society, Olds, Carstairs, Crossfield and Didsbury Curling Clubs, Rockyview Foundation – Senior housing, Crossfield Fire Department, United Way and Run for Cancer.
Because of their involvement, local 4H clubs are all strong, Lots of involvement within community helps everyone.
If Central Alberta Coop Crossfield Agro should win, the money would go to towards local 4H, community groups and Legion and Elks
This would accomplish a lot to help local community groups with in the surrounding area.