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Crop Insurance
Growing Season Update

SCIC recognizes the challenges many Saskatchewan producers are facing due to varying growing and weather conditions. Under the Crop Insurance Program, customers are covered against both yield and quality loss on insured crops.

Crop Insurance customers have coverage for insurable causes of loss such as drought, excessive moisture, hail, flooding, frost, wind, wildfire, disease, pest and wildlife damage.

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Meet with SCIC's Executive Management Team at Canada's Farm Show

Stop by and chat with the SCIC Executive Management Team at the 2022 Canada's Farm Show in Regina, Saskatchewan! Your feedback is important to us as we work to ensure our business risk management programs remain relevant and meet the needs of today’s producers.

Agristability Enrollment Deadline Extended To June 30 2022

Today, Federal Agriculture and Agri-Food Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau and Saskatchewan Agriculture Minister David Marit announced the AgriStability enrolment deadline for the 2022 program year has been extended without penalty to June 30, 2022. This step, agreed to by federal, provincial, and territorial governments, will help producers manage the impact of avian influenza (bird flu), current market disruptions, increased expenses and production challenges facing many farm operations.