We are value producers, harvesting the best grain trading opportunities for our customers.
Innovative & Efficient
We cultivate meaningful relationships through innovative systems, efficient processes and transformative technology as we plow into the future of agriculture.
We give a shit. We deploy empathy over sympathy with our team and customers.
We believe that a handshake still matters. As a company we strive to be unbiased, genuine and transparent in everything we do.
Our Core Focus
To facilitate a better grain trading experience.
We partner with our customers to find solutions to their grain marketing challenges.
To contribute to the betterment of our team, and local and agricultural communities.
The Agfinity Difference
We feel that these 3 things set us apart from others in the industry.
1. We don’t just haggle on price; we partner with you to find solutions.
2. We are a people driven technology company in the ag space.
3. We use data and creative thinking to meet your marketing needs before you even know you have them.
Meet Our Team
Want To Buy Grain? Joseph Is Your Man.
Joseph’s family is from Milden, SK, where the Billett Family Farm is located. His dad, who was the only sibling of 5 to leave the farm, was stationed on Vancouver Island after joining the navy. A couple years after Joseph was born, the family relocated to Alberta, settling in Agfinity’s future hometown headquarters in Stony Plain.
When referring to his better half Amy, Joseph truly means it. Married in the spring of 2004, the family blossomed with the additions of three children, Hannah, Truett and Samuel. They love adventuring, and spend as much time as they can inside their RV and by the ocean on regular trips to Tofino, BC.
Joseph has been in the agriculture and grain marketing industry for 10 years. He loves crafting vison and working with his team to move Agfinity forward! His role includes working with Feedlots, Grain Companies and Feed Mills, spending much of his time hunting the best grain buying opportunities on Agfinity.com.
For fun, Joseph competes in powerlifting and Strongman. Whether he’s helping a teammate reach a bench press milestone, or a grain buyer cover in a load of barley, building strong relationships, professionally and personally is his daily passion.
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Co-owner / Financial Controller
Amy was born and raised in Abbotsford, BC, spending much of her time on her grandparents’ and uncle’s dairy farms. At the age of 14, she and her family traveled north to Dawson Creek, BC, where she stayed until graduation.
Amy’s love for animals meant many hours, days, months and years volunteering and working at a local veterinary clinic. In September 1998, she headed off to Edmonton and Spruce Grove to attend the University of Alberta where she graduated in the Spring of 2002 with a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture, as well as a Degree in Animal Science. Amy has been working in the agriculture industry ever since!
Amy married her true love, Joseph, in 2004. They now have three growing children, Hannah, Truett and Samuel. Between the three busy kiddos and working in the Agfinity offices, Amy has had no choice but to master her time management skills! Luckily for her, being busy is her specialty!
…But that’s not to say, she doesn’t enjoy taking a little time here and there with her family and extended family! Amy enjoys camping in the mountains and taking trips to her favourite place, Tofino, BC.
Amy also enjoys woodworking and decorating cakes, often tying up a bay in the garage or the kitchen for extended periods of time. But nobody’s complaining when Amy’s in the kitchen!! And if they did, it would be wise to remember that Amy’s husband is a powerlifter…
Amy has been involved with Agfinity from day one and loves working with the entire Agfinity team. She runs the accounts and logistics departments, aiming to ensure everyone’s grain gets where its supposed to go.
Trade Manager, Red Deer North – Vegreville West, Saskatchewan
Erin is from Warburg Alberta, where she was born and raised on her family farm. This farm consists of grain and hay land, with her parents raising purebred and commercial Simmental cattle. Her Great Grandfather started the family farm in the 1930’s when he moved to Canada. The family farm consists of Erin’s Grandpa, her dad, two uncles and their families, where they all work together to have a successful operation.
Growing up in the agriculture industry and being heavily involved in 4-H helped drive Erin towards an ag career. In the spring of 2017, Erin graduated from Olds College with a diploma in Agriculture Management with a major in Marketing. After attending school, Erin knew she wanted to help farmers get the best experience possible when it came to marketing there commodities. This is what drew Erin to Agfinity.
When Erin is not at Agfinity, she can be found helping on the family farm or hanging with her parents’ purebred and commercial cattle preparing for shows.
Junior Trader L2, Red Deer North – Vegreville West, Saskatchewan
Jenny originally is from a small farming community in Raymore, Saskatchewan. Jenny spent many days with her grandfather on his farm as his gofer and enjoyed every minute of it.
Jenny’s first job was cleaning the Cargill office in Cudworth, SK for her dad who was a Manager and advanced to entering grain tickets on the weekend during harvest time while in high school. After going to NAIT, Jenny’s first job was at the UGG Oat Plant in Edmonton. She has been in the industry ever since in different capacities even helping on a family farm during harvest in the Sedgwick area driving combine, truck, and most important job …the rum runner!
Jenny enjoys spending time with her two girls, binge watching Netflix and a good steak!!
Assistant Trade Manager, Red Deer South – Vegreville East
Born and raised near Toronto, Ontario, Patrick grew up in cottage country surrounded by sports, family, and the out of doors. After completing his Bachelor of Arts in Criminal justice and Public Policy at the University of Guelph, he stepped out for a brief journey across the world, enjoying skydiving in Australia, travelling New Zealand in a van, and scuba diving in the Philippines.
When he is not at work, Patrick enjoys spending time writing music, playing guitar, enjoying the outdoors, and reading up on the market.
While he is a fairly new to the Ag Industry, Patrick is a dedicated and extroverted member of our team who is always happy to provide updated pricing indications, commodity spreads, or marketing tips.
Plower, Red Deer South – Vegreville East
Declan is from Barrhead, Alberta where he was born and raised on a little farm outside Barrhead. Declan has lots of experience being on the farm whether its feeding cattle with his dad or helping his grandpa with his grain operation. Growing up if Declan wasn’t busy playing hockey or baseball, he was usually sitting in a tractor bailing hay, cultivating land, or helping his dad repair countless pieces of equipment. Declan truly knows what life is like for our Alberta farmers.
After graduating from NAIT Declan spent time working up at the Albian Oils sands and at the Strathcona refinery as a Plant Operator. As much as he enjoyed the oilfield, he always wanted to move his career back to the AG industry. Declan’s goal is to find farmers the best price and the best opportunities for selling their grain. He prides himself on finding a solution for farmers and wants to get them the best price for their grain.
When Declan is away from work, he is usually at the ball diamond or hockey rink if he is not back home on the farm. Declan is always up for coffee time and loves talking about different commodity pricing, marketing tips, and all things farming.
Buyer Relations Manager
Born and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba, studied fashion and business at the University of Manitoba during which time she did an exchange program to Holland and got the travel bug. She’s travelled to many places in the world, both through work and personally. She loves experiencing/learning about new cultures. She comes from a Portuguese background and enjoys all the food and traditions that come along with it.
After being in the fashion industry (both as a buyer and planner) for 9 years she decided to give it a go at her own business which is when she moved to Edmonton in 2007. Her and her business partner opened up a local women’s boutique that is now going onto 11 years. This is where she later found her husband Brady and had her son, Mateo. She loves her boys!
She’s big on birthdays and is known for remembering everyone’s birthday – and without Facebook’s help! She loves spending time with family and friends. Relationships are important to her, both professional and personal. She believes a handshake still matters and is happy to work for a company that strives to be transparent, unbiased and genuine in everything they do in order to build solid, lasting relationships.
If you come by the office, she’s always up for a game of foosball! Be warned, she is pretty competitive!
As a youngster, Bryce was brought up as a city boy in the suburbs of Toronto, Ontario. His parents decided, luckily for him, that they needed to get away from the big city life and moved their family to small town southwestern Ontario.
During his high school years, Bryce was getting his hands dirty learning how to prep land, plant and harvest crops for local farmers. Later, he was offered an opportunity to help run a cash crop and cow calf family farm where he raised his family.
He was a crop planner and grain marketer. Always looking for the best opportunities to sell his grain. After leaving the operation he settled down on a hobby farm where he worked at a grain elevator receiving grain from farmers and talking about grain prices with farmers.
After spending 3 decades producing and handling grain, he decided to start a new career marketing grain. He now spends his working days enthusiastically working with the Agfinity Team to help find the best grain selling and buying opportunities. Outside of working hours, he enjoys his time with the love of his life on their hobby farm and watching his adult children succeed in their own lives.
Born and raised in Truro, Nova Scotia, Austin grew up in the countryside of a small town before moving to Spruce Grove, Alberta after graduating high school. With a passion for video games and all things computers, he pursued a post-secondary education in Computer Software Development before becoming one of Agfinity’s newest Plowers.
As a programmer, Austin hopes to help contribute to the efficiency of Agfinity’s trading system and to solve technological problems.
Although not raised on a farm in Alberta, Austin’s country roots have provided him with a love of the outdoors and rural life, and he is eager to continue learning about Alberta’s agricultural industry. When not at Agfinity, Austin enjoys playing his guitars, spending time outdoors, and playing and collecting various types of games, both card and console.
Customer Experience Coordinator
Monique grew up in a small town in Southern Alberta, so you would think she knew a bit about agriculture. Well, she did not. Her father was an operations manager for a gas plant and her mother worked in a bank. She did, however, learn the benefits of growing up in small town. Everyone knows and takes care of everyone. Therefore, when her youngest was born, she and her family moved to Stony Plain. She wanted her kids to experience the same small-town atmosphere that she knew growing up.
Monique was employed in the secretarial and customer service field for years until she decided that she was the best person to raise her kids was her. When she did rejoin the workforce after her youngest started school, she discovered agriculture. She has learned so much about different grain in her years and can execute a conversation with a farmer, buyer, anyone interested in agriculture. She takes pride in helping all clients and providing them with the exceptional customer service. She always has a smile on her face that you will see through the phone when she answers.
She enjoys, going for walks, reading, and spending time with her family.
Many of you that have visited the Agfinity office have had the opportunity to meet Penelope. She is a wrinkly, snorty, snoring British Bulldog, lovingly dubbed Penelope Sprinkles Billett by the Billett children, because everyone in the family needs a middle name. Penelope has unofficially become the Agfinity mascot and “therapy” dog, often giving team members the opportunity to burn off some steam playing with her or taking her for a walk. She often spends days at the office and will place herself right in your direct path when entering and exiting the building. Of course, why wouldn’t she! On a sunny day, it’s the best place to soak up the warm rays while keeping an eye on the world outside.
Penelope loves to greet visitors, usually with an excess of saliva and doggy kisses. She also loves hanging with the Agfinity team. She contributes noisily to the team huddles every morning she is in the office and does a thorough check of everyone’s bags, purses and lunches on a daily basis to ensure everything is safe and acceptable, but in all truth, she’s just looking for something to eat. Eating is Penelope’s number one pastime with sleeping following at a very close second.
Penelope thoroughly enjoys meeting new people and is more than happy to greet you at the front door when you come to visit.
How We Help You
We’re Evolving With The Industry
Grain markets are moving faster and faster. To lead the way, the Agfinity team is connecting a community of buyers and sellers all on one collaborative and efficient platform.
We differ from our competitors by allowing full access to our marketplace. To provide transparency, every offer and trade is shown live. While obtaining a great price is key, we want to provide our customers with options that best suit their needs.
Built On Relationships
We’re Easy To Do Business With
Our top priority is to be reliable, trustworthy and resourceful for the lifetime of your business. We take this goal seriously, and never take your business for granted.
Every Relationship Takes Work! To keep growing, we need your feedback! “The good, the bad, and the ugly”.