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Should I Hire A CCA?

As a grower, you have a lot invested in your fields. Help protect your investment and business by consulting with a Certified Crop Adviser (CCA). CCA's are experienced and trained in field and crop management.


Should I Become A CCA?

Having a CCA designation provides growers with the confidence that you have a recognized level of expertise as a crop consultant. The CCA designation is also well respected in industry and will contribute to your reputation among other industry players.


CCA Members

At over 700 strong, we are proud to serve Prairie farmers. Our membership vision serves to keep us up to date on the latest issues and are prepared to work with new technology. Our voice is strong and heard by government policy makers who routinely make decisions that directly affect the viability of the Prairie farm. We are accountable to our farmer customers. Our code of ethics is our transparent attempt at keeping the industry as honest as possible.

Relocating to another office, region, province or country? Make sure you report all contact information changes to the PCCA Administration office, and the American Society of Agronomy.