Saskatchewan farmers are being reminded the end of December is the final deadline to submit 2017 Agristability forms and 2018 program fees.
Agristability spokesman with Saskatchewan Crop Insurance, Rae Groeneveld, says farmers must pay this year’s program fees by the end of the month to participate in this year’s Agristability.
Groeneveld says the payouts for 2017 are being processed and so far 34 million dollars have been paid out under the agristability program.
About 10,000 of the 12,000 forms have been processed.
Groeneveld says dry weather and cattle market fluctuations prompted the payouts for 2017.