The National Farmers Union wants to hear from Saskatchewan farmers about unfair grading and pricing at country elevators.
Regional co-ordinator Ian Robson says some farmers have complained about grading issues at country elevators.
He says the NFU has launched a farmer survey about grain samples taken to grain elevators this winter.
He wants farmers to tell their story about selling grain to country elevators.
Robson says issues have mostly centred around wheat and barley.
He says the Canadian Grain Commission has a mandate to ensure farmers are treated fairly in bringing their crop to market.
He says the survey results would identify problems and promote potential solutions.
The survey has been set up on the NFU website.