Regina-based Viterra has reached a tentative contract with 500 unionized workers.
Hugh Wagner with the Grain and General Services Union says the agreement covers the time period from last November to the end of 2018.
He says workers were looking for a five-percent wage increase but settled for something less.
He would not disclose further details but feels it is a good deal.
The agreement covers 85 head office staff in Regina and about 425 workers at grain terminals and elevators.
The workers are expected to vote on the deal in early May.