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Renseignements en Français

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Risk Management

Saskatchewan producers have three major programs to help them assess the probability of risk and techniques to diminish the risk:

1. Saskatchewan Crop Insurance (SCIC)

Learn how to make a claim for crop insurance. SCIC assists producers in managing their operation's production risk over the crop year. Programs allow producers to tailor their coverage to their operation. Learn more about the programs SCIC offers, and the features and options available by visiting Saskatchewan Crop Insurance.

2. AgriStability

AgriStability is a business risk management program, designed to provide financial support when producers incur large financial losses. AgriStability allows producers to protect their farm operations from a large margin decline, while stabilizing their farm income. Benefits are based on a 15 per cent or greater decline of the farm's current production year margin compared to a historical average. Learn more about AgriStability.

3. AgriInvest

AgriInvest is a program available to help manage small income declines, and provides support for investments to mitigate risks or improve market income. AgriInvest is delivered by the federal government. For more information, please visit Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada.

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