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In Saskatchewan agriculture, there are no guarantees. While you cannot control the weather, market fluctuations or rising input costs, you can manage your risk with AgriStability.

AgriStability is a cost-effective Business Risk Management program designed to help farm operations facing large margin declines caused by production loss, increased costs or market conditions. Coverage is personalized for each farm operation by using historical information, based on income tax and supplementary information.

Upcoming Deadline Change

Starting in the 2024 program year, the deadline to submit AgriStability program forms, without penalty, is changing to June 30, 2025. Current AgriStability participants still have until September 30, 2024, to submit their 2023 program forms.

For many years, producers expressed frustration with the current September 30 deadline as it occurs during the busy harvest season. Since AgriStability forms require tax information, moving the deadline up to June 30, starting in 2025, allows producers to align their AgriStability form submissions with their tax filing.

In addition, SCIC can work on producers’ AgriStability files earlier in the year; applications can be processed quicker, and payments issued sooner. This enables AgriStability to respond sooner, with timely payments to producers who experience disaster and need additional financial support.

How to Enrol or Cancel

Enrolling in AgriStability is as simple as calling the SCIC AgriStability Call Centre and requesting a new participant package. The request must be made by the Enrolment/Fee Deadline of the program year in which you wish to participate.

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