Supreme was founded in 1953, under the name Alberta Engineering Ltd., as an agricultural distribution business with sales in Canada and the US. By the late 1980s, Supreme had shifted its focus from being a distributor of agricultural equipment to being a manufacturer of such products for the North American market. More specifically, Supreme became the first company in North America to manufacture a cutter-mixer-feeder, with the first unit sold in 1990 still in operation today. The cutter-mixer-feeder and ancillary equipment are now the exclusive focus of the Company, and Supreme has become a world leader in the manufacturing of such units. These units allow customers to maximize the productivity of their dairy or beef operations by optimizing the mix of feed provided to their livestock.
Supreme manufacturers 49 different models of cutter-mixer-feeder units. These units come in a variety of configurations (pull-type, truck mount, self-propelled and stationary) and are well known for their high quality and proprietary designs.
Supreme units are manufactured in a 250,000 sq. ft. facility in Wetaskiwin, Alberta, which is supplemented by a truck mount and distribution facility in Dodge City, Kansas. Supreme has a geographically diverse dealer network with dealers across Canada, the United States, and other international markets such as Australia, China and the Middle East.