2023- Field Research Book Now Available on Website!!

The BC Grain Producer held their 3rd annual “LOVE OF AG” Winter Seminar on February 14th , at this event the 2023 Field Research book was released. Please Visit our Website to view the great work completed by BC Grain Staff and partner producers, if you would like a copy of the book mailed to you please email hello@bcgrain.com  2023- BC Grain Field Research

The BC Grain Producers Association (BCGPA) would like to thank the producers who made  this year’s Peace Region Field Research possible. We would also like to thank  The BC Hydro Peace Agriculture Compensation Fund for funding this  project for a second year.

The 2023 season was the second year of the Peace Region Field Research Project for the  BCGPA. This project’s goal is to support producers in taking risks to try new best management practices on their farms; collecting information on those practices; and then distributing the knowledge to other Peace Region growers. The data collected from these sites will then be used to progress the adoption of these best management practices on Peace Region farms. The long-term goal of the project is to improve the sustainability and profitability of farms in the BC Peace Region.

Grain producers in the area have always been willing to try new practices to help adapt to our sometimes harsh environment in the north. BC Grain in proud to showcase 15 projects over 13 different sites with 8 different farms. Sites varied in scope from fertility, variety, seed treatment, & equipment . BCGPA monitored all sites for growth and yield variations between the different treatments.  The information collected in this book is true representation of what happened in the field, information supplied in this book is from individual producers and may vary from farm to farm. BC Grain does not sell or distribute any of the products shown in this book and unless noted there was very minimal sponsorship. In just the second year of the project we are already starting to see the benefits of collecting multiple years data and knowledge transfer successes through on-farm field tours and ability for producers to easily access unbiased, regionally relevant research results. This research aligns and supports the continued growth of the organization to continue to work towards our mission.


BC Grain Producers Association supports and connects grain producers in BC by providing a collective voice, information, and regionally relevant research”