Kambeitz Farms currently farms 70,000 acres of Saskatchewan farmland in a 50 km vicinity of East and South East of Regina. Kambeitz Farms uses land development, land reclamation and land improvement strategies and techniques that will continue to improve the productivity, operational efficiency, aesthetics and stewardship of the land. KF supports the utilization of professional agrologists to analyze soil science and provide guidance to optimal genetic selection/application for weed and pest control and disease prevention.
The soil types that Kambeitz Farms operates in are as follows:
- 6,000 acres of sandy loam;
- 28,000 acres of black wooded soils;
- 9,000 acres of lighter clay to loam heavy land;
- 27,000 acres of heavy land clay
Our lands are made up of a diverse platform of farmlands that carry their own rich family histories. The intention in our farming practices is to always farm in a manner that pays respect to the homesteaders who risked all they had to bring their families here. We at Kambeitz Farms celebrate our 100 year heritage, and with each seed that is sown and each grain that is harvested, KF is continually paying tribute to the families and pioneers whose vision for Canada crafted the very lands we farm today.
In 1899, when our farm was formed – the Kambeitz family was awarded 160 acres of land under the Homestead Act of Canada, and like many other pioneers that came to this region envisioned the success that would rise from the soils of Saskatchewan. Today, as our farm has 70,000 acres, we celebrate our achievement of this vision while never losing sight of the toils of the pioneering families who fought to create a life for themselves on the lands we now cover.
"With each bushel of grain that is harvested, we give thanks and deep respect to the families that pioneered the lands we farm, and pay special tribute to the homesteaders of this land."