CP farms ltd.
Hanneke C
Hanneke C

CP farms ltd.

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About this farm

Learn where your food comes from! We farm potatoes for fries​,​ sugarbeets​,​ corn and grains. We offer a guided tour of our potato storage​,​ farm equipment tour​,​ walk in a sugarbeet field​,​ education about the crops we grow and have some fun activities for everyone.


  • Bees, Honey & Meadery
  • Conservation & Ecosystems
  • Country Stays
  • Craft Breweries, Wineries & Distilleries
  • Crops & Machinery
  • Culinary Event
  • Dairy & Cheese
  • Food Sampling & Sales
  • Gardens & Plants
  • Livestock & Animals
  • Markets & Farm Store
  • Poultry & Egg Production
  • Special Activities & History
  • Tour
  • Vegetables & Fruits
  • Flowers & Trees

Farm rules

1. no smoking 2.no pets 3.bathrooms available 4.10 am - 5 pm


Range Rd 180, Taber, AB T0K, Canada

Reviews (4)

  • RN

    Came away with a much bigger appreciation for potato and sugar beet farming. This farm is a testament to a rags to riches story. Very welcoming employees, equipment was available to interact with and get inside. Very good French fries that you get to make. Lots of activities to do for everyone. Would totally return!

    Raleigh NAugust 2020

  • SW

    Great farm and the tour was amazing. Michel was very detailed in explaining the use of each equipment and the involvement of each moving part into getting food into our plate. Bonus were the fries where we got to pick our potatoes, wash it and prep it it before consumption right away. Amazing experience!

    Steven WAugust 2020

  • CN

    A truly perspective-shifting experience. The farm owners and staff put serious effort into creating a welcoming and accessible environment for all ages to learn and ask questions. As people with limited agricultural experience and heads full of university-educated righteousness and social media stigma, seeing the stewardship and sincere care for the land in practice was humbling to say the least.

    Cal NAugust 2020

  • PM

    During our visit, it became very obvious that a tremendous amount of planning and effort had been done to make the experience so successful. Tour guides were available or we could go on our own, helped by the explanations (and fun facts) on sheets taped to the various machines. We could even sit in the cabs of some of these monsters. The staff helpers were very pleasant and knowledgeable. Those who manned the booths answered questions willingly, even those questions off-topic. The mound of dirt complete with toy trucks, was a great idea for the little guys, and the children seemed to enjoy the candy floss greatly. I liked the display of the different types of irrigation systems--simple but clear. The french fries were great and a nice idea. We are new to Alberta and know nothing about farming, so it was an extremely interesting and pleasant educational experience.

    Phyllis MAugust 2020

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