History

Click through the years to learn about the history of Clark Agri Service

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  • 1994 – Clark Agri Service is formed

    Clark Agri Service was formed in 1994 when the Clark companies purchased the Dunnville Co-op.

  • 1995 - Peninsula Grain is acquired

    In 1995, Peninsula Grain in Wellandport was acquired by Clark Agri Service and in 1998 it was completely renovated into a modern grain handling facility.

  • 1999 – Clark Agri-Service is centralized in Wellandport

    In 1999, the Clark Agri Service facility in Wellandport was expanded and modernized.  Wellandport became the sole location for Clark Agri Service supplying fertilizer, crop protection, seed and grain handling services including marketing, transportation, storage and drying; as well as agronomy support to area farmers including soil analysis and crop input planning.

  • 2003 – Facility is expanded

    In 2003, the Wellandport facility was expanded with the addition of a bulk soybean and seed treatment center.

  • 2004 - Clark Agri Service takes over operations of Skyway Fertilizer

    Clark Agri Service took over operations of Skyway Fertilizer in 2004 and added an additional 400 tonne fertilizer tower as well as a fertilizer bagging center to service the tender fruit industry.

  • 2010 - Seed treatment facility is expanded

    In 2010, the seed treatment facility was expanded through the addition of four new bulk bins which doubled its capacity.

  • 2012 - Critical crop planning and marketing options for Identity Preserved soybeans are added to the list of services offered

    In 2012, Clark Agri Service expanded our commitment to the growing demand for Identity Preserved (I.P.) soybeans, adding critical crop planning and marketing options for I.P. soybean crops to the list of services.

  • 2015 - John Deer Spinner Box unit is added to custom application fleet

    Clark Agri Service added a John Deer Spinner Box unit to its custom application fleet.

  • Fertilizer towers at Clark Agri Service

    2016-  Clark Agri Service Expands Fertilizer Operation

    In the spring of 2016, Clark Agri Service, expanded their fertilizer storage, mixing, and distribution operation in the Niagara Region to ensure larger capacity and faster service to all of their valued customers.

    The upgrade includes two new bulk bins with a capacity of 225mt plus six new shipping bins for an additional 150mt bringing the total storage volume to approximately 1800mt.  This will provide “flexibility for retail blending needs” and a blending system able to mix up to 1500 tonnes of fertilizers per day, up from the previous 800.

    Construction was completed in April and ready for the busy spring season.  The plant is now capable of mixing more blends and has significantly decreased wait times for the customer.

  • Hagie sprayer photo in field

    2018- Hagie is added to custom application fleet 

    Clark Agri Service has added a Hagie STS 14 sprayer to their fleet. It has Row Sense, 120’ booms with 72” of clearance, 60’ Y-Drops, and is Climate FieldView compatible. It gives better coverage than aerial application and has adjustable pressure tires to reduce compaction.