Feature in Seed Today Magazine 2013
Thursday, 06 June 2013 13:55
Chin Ridge Seeds was recently featured in the Second Quarter 2013 edition of Seed Today Magazine (Vol. 17 No.2).  We were pleased to be interviewed along with other SeedNet Members on southern Alberta's unique agricultural opportunities. You can read the full article here:  Seed Today article on Chin Ridge Seeds Ltd.
Chin Ridge Seeds celebrating 75 years in business.
Wednesday, 12 October 2011 13:58

Article from: "100 Years of Ink", a supplement in the October 5th 2011 issue of The Taber Times:

Celebrating their 75th year in the farming business it’s safe to say Chin Ridge Seeds Ltd. is a Taber success story.

Started in 1936 by Nick Barany, Chin Ridge began as a farming business. It has grown into a multi-generational business comprised of a various companies that encompass farming, seed growing and processing, and birdseed manufacturing.

Chin Ridge Urges Farmers To Check Germination Rates on Farm Saved Seed
Thursday, 03 February 2011 08:20

Chin Ridge Seeds urges farmers to check the germination on farm saved seed.
"Whenever you are planning to seed your own seed, it is extremely important to do a germination test on the seed", says Kelly Barany of Chin Ridge Seeds. Barany says that this can be done by  sending a seed sample to a seed lab like 20/20 Seed Labs or Biovision for about $25 or $30. You can also do a home germination test.

Chin Ridge Seeds Joins Forces With SeedNet Inc.
Monday, 29 November 2010 08:18

Chin Ridge Seeds is proud to join forces with 14 other independent family operated seed growers to form SeedNet Inc.
SeedNet Inc. will collectively have in excess of over 350 years experience in growing, processing and retailing seed. Our membership in SeedNet will help our customers access the best varieties of pedigreed seed grain for Southern Alberta and Southern Saskatchewan at competitive prices while still providing our customers with true farmer growing experience and advice.

Barany elected to SACA
Friday, 06 November 2009 09:00

LAWRENCE BARANY, co-founder of Chin Ridge Seeds, elected to southern Alberta Conservation Association (SACA):

Excerpt from the Article - "Barany practices Soil Conservation Methods", written by Ric Swihart, published in the Prairie Post West, November 6 2009.

Lawrence Barany grew up with memories of dust clouds carrying away vital top soil from his farm 20 km south east of Taber. He remembers as a child the deep piles of fine soil covering inside window sills. Those memories are some of the reasons, Barany got involved in the soil conservation movement after he returned from a stint as the first farming specialist hired by the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce in Toronto after graduating from university.

"There was nothing more disheartening than soil blowing away in the wind", he said. "It didn't matter if it was your soil or not".