The Saskatchewan Crop Insurance Corporation is reminding farmers December 31st is the final deadline to submit 2015 Agristability forms and pay 2016 program fees.
Producers must pay program fees by the end of the month to participate in the Agristability program for the 2016 program year.
The initial deadline was April 30th or 30 days from the date of the enrollment notice.
A 20 per-cent penalty will be added to the fee if producers missed the initial deadline.
All forms for the 2015 program year need to be submitted by December 31st to ensure producers can access Agristability benefits.
The initial deadline was September 30th.
Forms received after that date and before the end of the month will have a 500 dollar penalty. But if there is no benefit, there will be no penalty.
Since the end of December is a Saturday, crop insurance will accept fee payments and form submissions until January 3rd, the first business day following the deadline.