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March 28, 2019

Weather woes

For many growers in Western Canada last year, cold, wet fall weather and some early snowfalls led to a challenging harvest in 2018. While thousands of acres were left unharvested, the number was less than what was experienced in the difficult harvest season of 2016, according to crop insurance agencies in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba.

Record coverage for 2019 AgriInsurance program

Manitoba’s total AgriInsurance coverage for 2019 is expected to exceed $2.8 billion on 9.5 million acres in Manitoba, the highest level of coverage on record.

Breaking down DON, drought and the 2018 corn season

From drought-like conditions in Manitoba to DON challenges in Ontario corn, Top Crop Manager tackled the highlights of the season in its Corn Season in Review webinar.

SCIC announces Corn Rainfall Program

Saskatchewan corn growers worried about a potential lack of moisture in 2019 now have the option of choosing coverage under the Saskatchewan Crop Insurance Corporation’s Corn Rainfall Program.
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Taking the risk out of grain storage

Deciding to store grain and waiting for the markets to pick up can be a stressful decision. Farming sometimes feels like risk after risk, with nothing helping farmers work towards a really great crop, and an excellent profit. Storage is one of the risks that traditional crop insurance has never taken into account. » Learn more

Alberta Agriculture Job Fair

April 16
Lethbridge, Alta.
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