The study ascertained the attitude of farmers towards saving behaviour in Ika South Local Government Area of Delta State, Nigeria. The data were collected by questionnaires and analyzed using descriptive statistics and logistic regression. The results revealed that the mean age of respondents was 47 years, majority of farmers’ were male (62%) and had formal education (66.2%), mean household size was four persons and farm size had a mean of 2.9 hectares. Farmers have a positive attitude towards saving but were not comfortable with commercial banks. They, however, seek alternative avenues for savings. Level of education, farm size, and years of farming experience were significant determinants of savings. Three top challenges to savings were inadequate income, family responsibility, and cost of inputs. It was recommended that policies that increase farm size/boost farm income be pursued and that commercial banks should pay particular attention to the needs of farmers in service administration to encourage them to develop a positive attitude towards commercial banks.