The Canadian Grain Commission has started the claims process for farmers who were not paid for grain deliveries to Naber Specialty Grains in Melfort.
Naber went into receivership on June 18th last year, leaving unsatisfied obligations to western Canadian grain farmers.
Grain farmers who are owed money for grain delivered to Naber Specialty grains may be eligible for compensation and should contact the Grain Commission.
Chief Commissioner Jim Smolik says there appear to be irregularities in producer liability reports provided by Naber Specialty Grains.
As a result, security posted by the company to compensate unpaid grain farmers will be insufficient.
He says the agency is consulting with the RCMP criminal operations section to review possible violations of the Canada Grain Act.