We Are

Monette Cattle
Monette Farms
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Our Vision

Our vision at Monette Farms is to feed a billion people through sustainable agriculture. We strive to create a world where everyone has access to healthy, nutritious food, and to empower farmers to produce food in a way that is both economically and environmentally sustainable. We believe that by investing in innovative technologies, sustainable farming practices, and education, we can make a lasting impact on global food security.

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What We Do

What We Do

We are a company dedicated to modernizing sustainable agriculture and creating a healthier environment. We use innovative technologies and practices to help farmers increase their yields, reduce their environmental impact, and improve their overall sustainability. Our goal is to create a more sustainable and efficient agricultural system that benefits both farmers and the environment.

How We Work

At Monette Farms, we believe in working together as a team to achieve maximum efficiency and productivity. We strive to create an environment that is friendly and supportive, where everyone can contribute their ideas and skills to the success of the farm. We use the latest technology and techniques to ensure that our operations are efficient and effective. We also prioritize safety and sustainability, and are committed to providing the highest quality products to our customers.
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Our North American Diversity

From Tonopah, Arizona to Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, the Kamloops Valley in British Columbia to The Pas, Manitoba, we operate throughout North America, growing vegetables, pulses, corn, beets, and alfalfa, as well as ranching in the Saskatchewan grasslands and BC mountain valleys. We are committed to knowing the land we farm, and farming it sustainably.
Billings, Montana<br/> Cattle | Wheat | Canola
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Introducing Monette Produce

Adding potatoes and vegetables to the crop rotation had always been a goal of Monette Farms and in 2023, that became a reality when Dan and Chelsea Erlandson of Spring Creek Garden aligned their vision for the Saskatchewan Industry with Monette’s. Dan, longtime friends of the Monette brothers, has over twenty years experience growing and marketing vegetables within Western Canada. His strong focus on growing the Saskatchewan irrigatable acres and farming high value sustainable crops has been a passion since the beginning.

Spring Creek Garden and Monette Farms’s core values of team work, efficiency and getting shit done, no matter what, are what brought these two farming families together. Committed to growth and safe farming practices continues to be of utmost importance. We pride ourselves on focusing on the quality of our product, from transplant, to field, to shipping logistics.

With over ten years of being CanadaGAP Certified in Food Safety, Monette Farms will continue to refine production and handling practices, thus providing consumers with a safe and traceable product.


Currently, we have two Monette Farm facilities both North East of Outlook, SK. These facilities allow us to wash, grade, pack, and store our product for up to a full calendar year.



Quality Cold Chain is such an important aspect to successfully growing and shipping fresh potatoes and fresh vegetables which is why in 2023 we expanded our fleet to include three refrigerated semi trailers. Taking control of our shipping allows us even more control in the process so that quality remains a priority.


Located throughout North America in Saskatchewan, B.C. and Arizona, we offer a variety of growing conditions and extended seasons to supply retailers with even more options. Strongly concentrated within the South Saskatchewan Irrigation District near Outlook and Saskatoon, SK, Monette Farms is expanding vegetable acres using this valuable resource.


Products and supply duration

Potatoes – available September through June
Carrots – available through August to February
Cabbage – available through July to June
Broccoli – available through July to October Canadian production; November- March Arizona production
Cauliflower – available through July to October Canadian Production; November-March Arizona
Corn – available August to October
Watermelon – June 15 – Aug 15 Arizona production
Pumpkin – available through September to October


Varying methods of sustainable farming practices are used on our farm. To reduce soil erosion and increase soil health, we have been successful in using strip tilling with a cover crop. This greatly impacts the health of our vulnerable transplants as well by creating a wind break. Water is one of our most valuable resources so we use a variety of irrigation practices to reduce wastage and conserve energy. An integrated pest management system is also in place to safely combat pest problems.

Let’s create more, together!

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