The Great Plains Canola Association 

The GPCA was formed in July of 2007 by representatives from all sectors of the industry... growers, seed companies, processors, academia, exporters, crop protection companies and food manufacturers.

We have the shared goal of increasing acreage and consumption of canola in the Great Plains of the United States.

GPCA is a membership organization providing research support, industry news and information about canola programs and works to determine and implement a policy direction beneficial to the canola industry as a whole.


Canola Swathing and Harvesters

A-Team Harvesting LLC: We have been in business for over 30 years and have experience in harvesting canola in Oklahoma. We are a family ran operation. We run 7 Case-IH combines. 5 2388’s and 2 8010’s. All combines are equipped with 35′ and 36′ draper heads or pick up heads. We have all the supporting...

Oklahoma State University Okanola Project:

We would like to provide information regarding those custom harvesters that want to be involved in canola harvest in north Texas, Oklahoma and southern Kansas.

2011 Canola Harvesting Information

The Great Plains Canola Association in cooperation with Oklahoma State University has put together the following list of custom harvesters that have harvested Canola in the past. Our objective is to provide custom harvester contact information to canola growers that may need help with a timely harvest.

2011 Canola Harvesting News

GPCA would like to provide information to assist Great Plains canola farmers in north Texas, Oklahoma and southern Kansas with 2010 crop harvest information.