Shipping & Delivery Details

We ship Canada wide twice each week.

Shipping is free for Komo Mills, Ankasrum Mixers and Challenger Breadpans, but all grain/flour products and accessories will calculate at checkout based on weight. Approx. 15 LBS seems to be a sweet spot for value against the dollar for most provinces.

If you're looking for bulk orders exceeding 300 LBS, please contact us directly with your requested order and postal code for delivery. We can often get better rates sourcing ghost trucks and hot shot services for these larger quantities.

  • Melfort

    Meet us in the parking lot of Nutters to pick up your order.


    By Appointment

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  • Saskatoon

    Meet us in the parking lot of Saskmade Marketplace to pick up your order.
    12:30pm

    August 8th

    (order cutoff Aug 6)

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  • Prince Albert

    Pick up your order from Sandra’s Gallery during her business hours

    12pm - 5pm

    August 8th

    (order cutoff Aug 6)

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  • On Farm Pick Up

    Pick up your order right at our farm every Wednesday!

    1pm - 4pm



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  • Can you leave my order at Saskmade Marketplace for me to pickup at a different time?

    Unfortunately, we cannot. Saskmade Marketplace doesn't have the space for us to leave your order so we ask that you are there at 12:30pm for pickup. If you cannot make that time, we can arrange a different pickup time if it is pre-scheduled.

  • When do I need to order by to be included in the next delivery date?

    All orders must be in by 2 days prior to the delivery date to be included. For example: Your order needs to be in by Tuesday at noon to be at a delivery on the Thursday.

  • How do you calculate your shipping?

    All shipping prices are based on weight and we use Canada Post and UPS to ship.

Grain Products

All of our grains are proudly grown in Saskatchewan, and packaged right on our farm.

We are a Conventional farm by definition, but we do not use pesticides (unless critical, which is rare over the years) and we do not use glyphosate/desiccation practices to chemically kill the crop prior to harvest. We value the importance in knowing where food comes from and how it's been grown, and offer the opportunity for consumers to ask questions and make informed decisions!