The Saskatchewan Wheat Pool was a large grain handling company based in Regina, Saskatchewan. The Pool was founded as a co-operative in 1924, owned by farmers. Its initial name was the Saskatchewan Co-operator Wheat Producers Ltd. but officially became the Saskatchewan Wheat Pool in 1953.
It quickly built many grain elevators across the province of Saskatchewan, starting in Bulyea in 1925.
In March 1996 it became a publicly traded company. In November 2006 it attempted to take over Agricore United (the merger of the Alberta and Manitoba Pools and UGG). After a battle with James Richardson, the Saskatchewan Wheat Pool took over Agricore and became known as Viterra in 2007.
Today many former Saskatchewan Wheat Pool grain elevators are in private hands, some still bearing the distinctive yellow POOL logo.