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2023 Canada-Saskatchewan Feed Program

This Program covers up to 70 per cent of extraordinary costs related to feed and freight, incurred after May 1, 2023, through to the application deadline of March 15, 2024. Producers will need to submit their receipts or appropriate documents for the extraordinary expenses. Eligible extraordinary expenses include purchased feed, self-hauling or transportation costs for feed or breeding animals and/or land rented for additional grazing acres or additional feed production. Eligible animal species include beef cattle and other grazing animals, limited to bison, elk, deer, sheep, goats and horses. Producers must have lost a minimum of 25 feed days. This Program is designed to help retain breeding stock. Breeding animals include females and males of the reproductive age of the species. A Saskatchewan Premises Identification (PID) is required to be eligible for the Program.

This application process assists producers to determine if they have extraordinary expenses on their operation, including an Extraordinary Cost Assessment. The submitted application needs to indicate the number of breeding animals on hand, as of August 21, 2023, intended to be kept until January 31, 2024.

The deadline to submit applications for the 2023 Canada-Saskatchewan Feed Program was March 15, 2024.

Producers who submitted an application, and were contacted by SCIC to provide additional information, are asked to supply required documentation as soon as possible. Applicants will be deemed ineligible for the Program if their outstanding documentation is not received by SCIC as of March 15, 2024.

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Producers with questions can contact the Feed Program's dedicated team.

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News Release

Program details announced for the 2023 Canada-Saskatchewan Feed Program

Today, Agriculture and Agri-Food (AAFC) Minister Lawrence MacAulay and Saskatchewan Agriculture Minister David Marit announced details of Saskatchewan’s AgriRecovery Program, now referred to as the 2023 Canada-Saskatchewan Feed Program. Starting next week, producers can begin to submit applications to the Saskatchewan Crop Insurance Corporation (SCIC).

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