Nadeau Seeds was established in 1967. Over the years it has always embraced new innovations and technologies by keeping a key focus on enhancing our customer service. 

For over 50 years, Nadeau Seeds has been a business built on trust, hard work, family values and a vision for the future. We continuously strive to stay ahead of the curve by embracing new specialty seed varieties and field testing new products.

By utilizing the latest in technological innovation, we are able to bring improvements to quality, yield, and efficiency. We focus on supplying high quality seed and providing agronomic advice based on in-house field research. As a result, Nadeau Seeds has become a respected leader in the industry.

We believe in offering the best customer service that we can give which is why we are efficient with wait times and organization for all pick-ups and deliveries, especially in peak times. Communication with our customers is key to their success. We understand their farm's needs and help decide which variety and product is best for their operation for maximum profitability.

Our relationships are built on honesty and we take pride in understanding our customers’ diverse needs.
We value honesty and integrity.
We have a contemporary vision to help you be more profitable.
Nadeau Seeds provides the best possible seed and support for your business.

The History


Nadeau Farms is established.


Nadeau Seeds is established with Joyce &
Gilbert Nadeau. The facility cleaned 100 bushels per hour.


Nadeau Seeds becomes an Accredited Certified Seed establishment with the Canadian Seed Growers Association.


We were one of the first businesses to produce, process, treat and ship canola.


Chris Banman becomes an employee of Nadeau Seeds.


Gale Wight becomes an employee of Nadeau Seeds.


We started to produce, process, treat and ship soybeans.


A new shop was built to meet the demands of the business.


Brian and Rachelle purchased the family business from Joyce and Gilbert.


Clint Kindiak becomes an employee of Nadeau Seeds.


The seed plant was remodelled to improve cleaning efficiencies and seed quality. The facility can clean 600 bushels per hour.


Kara Nadeau joins the business. This makes Kara the 3rd generation with Nadeau Seeds and 4th generation with Nadeau Farms.


Nadeau Seeds becomes a member of the Canadian Seed Trade Association.


Certified in safe workplace and operations. We continue to improve our safety and working environment for the safety of our employees and customers.


A new office is built to accommodate the demands of the growing business and to create a welcoming and professional space for our customers.


Brian joins the Board of Directors for CSTA.


Nadeau Seeds begins expansion of the receiving and shipping line of the seed plant operation. The seed plant line will now have a colour sorter and a destoner to maximize quality control.

The Team

Feel free to contact us with any questions.

Brian Nadeau


Kara Nadeau

Sales, Marketing & Farm Operations

Rachelle Nadeau


Gale Wight


Chris Banman

Mechanics & Farm Operations

Clint Kindiak

Seed Plant & Farm Operations

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