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Is it time to participate in AgriStability?

AgriStability is a cost-effective business risk management program designed to help farm operations facing large margin declines. At $4.50 for every $1,000 covered Contribution Reference Margin multiplied by 70 per cent the annual AgriStability fee is $3.15 for every $1,000 of margin covered. For Saskatchewan producers, the average cost to participate is $0.69 per acre for grain operations, or $1.19 per head for livestock operations.

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Top up on the Way for Eligible Livestock Producers Through 2023 Canada-Saskatchewan Feed Program

Today, Canada’s Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food Lawrence MacAulay and Saskatchewan Agriculture Minister David Marit announced additional payments will be provided to eligible livestock producers already enrolled in the 2023 Canada-Saskatchewan Feed Program. The Program, introduced on October 20, 2023, was put in place to help maintain the breeding herd in drought impacted regions of the province.

Crop Insurance
Weather-Based Programs Support Livestock Producers

SCIC's Weather-Based Programs are designed to protect producers against weather-related risks. Programs include the Forage Rainfall Insurance Program, Mixed Forage Rainfall Insurance Program, Intercrop Rainfall Insurance Program, Corn Rainfall Insurance Program and Corn Heat Unit Insurance Program.

Crop Insurance
What makes up your Crop Insurance premium?

The Crop Insurance Program continues to respond in times of need. Producers’ coverage and premium are individualized to their operation. Coverage reflects each producer’s production records and premium reflects each producer’s claim history.