(Growing today's most successful agriculture brands along the way.)

Growing starts with knowing.

Come over to AdFarm, and take advantage of our life’s work—knowing how producers research, source and select inputs, evaluate equipment purchases, and engage in their commodity associations.

History shows, we can evolve your brand and increase your marketshare.

By sharpening your purpose and position, driving experience and engagement, and making deeper, more profitable connections.


Founded for the Purpose of Advancing Agriculture, AdFarm is a merger of the Parker Group and Fieldstone Communications (Calgary, 1984), and Flint Communications (Fargo, 1946). AdFarm today has offices in Calgary, Kansas City, Guelph and Fargo.


We grow and evolve with our clients. Today, we provide expertise in seed, fertilizer, livestock, banking, equipment, animal health, grain marketing, labor, youth, food, nutrition, safety and more—plus an ever-expanding range of marketing communications.

The Farmhands


"Agriculture strikes the perfect balance between independence and collaboration."

Ben Graham


"Hands in the dirt, drones in the sky – the landscape of ag is constantly changing."

Amanda Patterson

Director, Strategy & Marketing Science

"Agriculture has a ‘can do!’ attitude. And so do we."

Les Kahl

US Managing Partner/Global Creative Director

"I'm inspired to connect with the hard-working, entrepreneurial people driving agriculture today."

Julia King

Director, Client Services

"Inspiration. Farmers represent our greatest human endeavor."

Chris Forrest

Global Director, Public Relations

"Surrounding and defending our heroes. Who wouldn’t want to do that all day."

Glenn Dawes

Director Insights and Intelligence

"My job and agriculture aren’t that far apart – at the end of the day, the numbers have to add up."

Jane Fuller



From The Trough

Thank you to @westernproducer Publisher Rod Delahey and his leadership team for joining us this afternoon to discuss the issues transforming our industry – and how @GlacierFarmedia is responding to the changing world of grower communications. #AgVelocity https://t.co/BTJX3f5WHl
National Farm Safety & Health week, Sept 15-21, is dedicated to educating agriculture workers about staying safe on the farm. Tips to stay safe: share the road with tractors, maintain safe farm equipment and wear personal protective equipment when needed. #FarmSafetyWeek https://t.co/01wvck1BHX
It’s a packed house for @FarmJournal’s #HempCollege19 in Iowa today! AdFarmer Matt is attending to learn about opportunities and considerations for this emerging crop. https://t.co/tVhzGH2isu