Most of the world's French Dijon mustard is prepared from the crop grown in southern Alberta. The three hills in the background are in Montana, the names are the East Butte, Golden Butte and West Butte. Mustard is similar to Canola (rapeseed) but is grown for it's oil, whereas mustard is grown for the condiment.
Case International dealer in Westlock, Alberta. Westlock holds the world record for combining: In 1998, 100 combines working a single quater section (160 acres) took off the crop in just over 15 minutes. Westlock is about an hour north of Edmonton in the midst of some very rich farm land.