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Redferns at the Royal Manitoba Winter Fair 

Redfern Farm Services sponsored the Piggy Scramble events at the 2018 Royal Manitoba Winter Fair in Brandon. Redfern staff members helped volunteer for the events which were a huge success as everyone had a great time! Redferns has been a longtime supporter of the RMWF.



Upgrades to Virden Redferns branch

Early 2018, the Virden Redferns branch received upgrades to its fertilizer plant. The upgrades to the plant increased both the capacity and the speed of loading. A five-bin soybean and cereals storage and treating facility was also constructed. Meanwhile, custom application equipment was increased to better serve their retail partners.



New Virden branch

There’s a new branch office in Virden. Check out these photos.



Redferns at Ag Days

Every year, Redfern Farm Services attends Ag Days in Brandon! The annual event, considered an exposition of agricultural production expertise, technology, and equipment, takes place annually at the Keystone Centre.



Redsper facility

Redsper Enterprises Ltd., located in Rivers, Manitoba, Canada, is a leading provider of custom seed cleaningcertified seed sales, custom seed treating and quality assurance seed testing for agricultural producers throughout southwest and west central Manitoba and eastern Saskatchewan.


Redferns/Redsper at the Rivers Ag Society Family Fair Parade

Redferns and Redsper Enterprises Ltd. both had floats at the 2018 Rivers Ag Society Family Fair Parade. Check out the photos!


Redferns takes part in Acres of Hope harvest 

A plethora of farmers from the region, including folks from Redfern Farm Services, gathered together to donate their time and machinery for a good cause on Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2018 as the annual Acres of Hope harvest took place near Rivers to raise funds for those in need. Redferns provided a semi trailer to haul some of the canola that ended up getting harvested, among other equipment for the project. Approximately $67,000 was raised from selling the crop that was harvested.