Western Alfalfa Milling Co. Ltd.

Supporting a herbicide and Pesticide Free Environment

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Looking for an organic fertilizer or reclaiming soils? Visit our new website: www.alfalfagreen.ca

Welcome to...

Western Alfalfa Milling Company (WAMCO) is located "smack dab" in the middle of North America on the rolling plains of the Canadian Prairies.

WAMCO is a leader in the production and processing of Certified Organic and conventional dehydrated alfalfa pellets for the animal feed, land reclamation, as well as the lawn & garden organic fertilizer industries, including all city/municipal green spaces.


Looking for an organic fertilizer or reclaiming soils?

Visit our new website at   www.alfalfagreen.ca and receive a free sample. While there you will also  learn about the advantages of using alfalfa green to obtain complete soil health.



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Contact us Toll Free 1-866-926-2583 or email us at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


About Us...


The Mill has been operational for fifteen years.  We began growing and processing Certified Organic products ten years ago. As a matter of fact, no commercial fertilizers, pesticides or herbicides are used on any of our lands!

We produce, sell, and distribute 20,000 metric tonnes of  alfalfa products each year to our valued customers locally and world wide.  We strive to provide first class service to each and every customer and do appreciate your business.

We farm thousands of acres in the Norquay vicinity and our dedicated field team harvests these acres each summer and fall to bring in the produce for processing.

WAMCO is a member of the Organic Trade Association, Canadian Organic Trade Association, Canadian Organic Growers, Saskatchewan Trade & Export Partnership, Canadian Land Reclamation Association, Saskatchewan Parks and Recreations Association, Saskatchewan Environmental Industry & Managers Association and the Atlantic Canada Organic Regional Network.