Wanstead Farmers Co-operative Ltd. is a 100 per cent farmer-owned grain marketing and farm-input supply company that serves more than 500 farmer owners in three locations in Lambton and Middlesex counties. It is a leader in precision farming technology, seed and agronomy services. Wanstead Farmers Co-operative is a member-owner of GROWMARK, Inc. and markets products and services under the FS banner. 


Vision statement

To be the leading agricultural supplier in our area.

Mission statement

To provide quality products and services to customers and sustainable economic growth for the co-operative.


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The FS System is made up of individual co-operative companies who are members of GROWMARK, Inc. and are licensed to use the FS brand under membership agreements. The FS brand represents a standard of excellence for agricultural and energy-related products. It's the people who represent the FS brand that set it apart. Always professional and dependable, FS System specialists are trusted advisors who understand local needs.

FS member companies are located in the midwest and northeastern United States and in Ontario, Canada. These local FS member companies provide farm and non-farm customers with fuels, lubricants, propane, plant nutrients, crop protection, seed, structures, equipment, and grain marketing assistance. FS System teams deliver unmatched technical expertise and a genuine interest in partnering in our customers’ success. FS crop specialists act as trusted advisors in day-to-day farm operations. FS energy specialists offer reliable heating, fueling and lubrication solutions to farm and non-farm customers.

FS Member Companies are part of the GROWMARK System. GROWMARK, Inc. is a regional agriculture co-operative serving customers in more than 40 states and Ontario, Canada. GROWMARK, Inc. strives to be the best agricultural cooperative system in North America. Employees across the FS System are always ready to do more to move operations forward and never stop asking, "What's next?"