The Story of Buckerfield's
Long before sustainability became headline news, Buckerfield’s was a pioneer in providing home, garden, and farm products to customers who know that true value is found in quality supplies that benefit our families, our animals, and mother nature.
With over 90,000 items in stock at our nine convenient locations, we’ve got everything you could possibly need for your pets, livestock, vegetables, bees, and everything else you might be working on.
With over 100 years of experience, our staff are happy to share their knowledge and help you with your latest project. We’re here to take care of our customers - it just comes naturally to us.
Thanks to forward-thinking management and a wide selection of offerings, Buckerfield’s continued to expand through the 1930s and soon became the largest feed company in British Columbia.
During a grave illness, Ernest Buckerfield sold the company to two family-owned firms in Winnipeg. Happily, he recovered and served as president of the jointly owned company until his retirement.
Five shareholders purchased Buckerfield’s in 2005, with a vision of establishing a chain of modern retail stores that would bring high-quality products to an even wider audience. From pet food and accessories to fencing and supplies, Buckerfield's original country stores continue to serve their local communities.
With real farming experience under his belt, Ernest Buckerfield set out west from Moncton in 1890, and after a series of successful ventures, founded Buckerfield’s in 1927.
Buckerfield’s invested in a new process that concentrated Vitamin A in grass for use as an ingredient in animal feed, and by 1947 became the largest producer in the Commonwealth.
After 14 years of productive partnership with Federal Grain, Pioneer Grain acquired complete ownership of Buckerfield’s in 1965.