A matter of prosperity
Every day, our advisors help grain farmers take advantage of market fluctuations to become ever more innovative and successful.
Our procurement team buys the grain used to produce animal feed in our mills.
Our grain merchandising advisors serve our customers in the feed, food, export, and industrial markets.
To ensure security of supply for our customers, we offer a storage service for grain that cannot be stored on their farms.
Sollio & Grains Québec
Corn harvests tend to exceed demand, making it possible to export corn to other provinces or countries when market conditions allow.
While the domestic oil crushing (oil extraction) market uses a significant proportion of this crop, the export market remains key for soybeans.
Locally grown wheat is mainly used for food and feed production.
Depending on the cultivar, barley is used in feed production and in small-scale and industrial malting.
Our cultivars and northern climate allow us to grow high-quality oats that are highly sought after for human consumption.
Canola is one of Canada’s biggest crops, and most of the production is exported to countries around the world.
We are developing a market for speciality grains, which are increasingly in demand.
Certifications and memberships in organizations
Through certifications and memberships in various organizations, we show our commitment to prosperous, forward-looking agriculture.
Good Manufacturing Practices Plus is a globally recognized certification covering every stage of the feed supply chain.
Our food grade IP soybeans are certified by Ecocert Canada, showing our commitment to adhering to best social and environmental practices.
Soy Canada promotes collaboration and knowledge sharing across the Canadian soybean industry.
The North American Export Grain Association supports the commercial export of grains, oilseeds, and their derived products.
The National Grain and Feed Association’s mission is to enhance the growth and performance of North American agriculture in the global marketplace.
The Association québécoise des industries de nutrition animale et céréalière promotes best practices in food safety, environment, quality, and rearing conditions.
The Association des commerçants de grains du Québec contributes to the sustainable development of the grain trade.
Canada Grains Council
The Canada Grains Council represents the interests of the grain sector across the value chain.
This is where employees who administer merchandising and transactional activities keep a close eye on things.
Grain and cereal crops grown in the area arrive at the terminals by road, rail, and sea. From there, they are exported to international markets.
Elevators and distribution centre
These are the drop-off and departure points for our extensive merchandising network. This is where we receive the dried and cleaned cereals for distribution to local markets.
Sollio Agriculture has port facilities strategically located along the St. Lawrence Seaway. This provides a competitive advantage and significant benefits to our grain farmers.
Within Québec, our farmers’ crops are mainly traded by truck.
For interprovincial sales and imports, grain is mainly transported by rail.
A digital portal that makes life easier for farmers
The AgConnexion grain portal allows farmers to view real-time prices and sell grain. This platform includes a price comparison and transaction tracking tool, making it a complete solution to help grain farmers sell their crops at the best price.