Lending clients can now access their annual and year-to-date statements of loan at their convenience in AFSC Connect. With this new feature—which was added based on client feedback—clients will ...
Over 85 per cent of Canada’s farms don’t have a written transition plan in place, a fact that could put those operations in jeopardy when it’s time for an ownership change. A formal plan can ...
Enhancements to Agriculture Financial Services’ Moisture Deficiency Insurance (MDI) have resulted in a delay for long season claim payments.
For many schools, a decision to close marks the end of their story, but for New Humble the story was just getting started.
Producers who are thinking about selling their grain through an unlicensed grain buyer need to consider a variety of factors, especially if they have production insurance through AFSC.
As the 2022 harvest is upon us, clients may want to note the following items.
Alberta’s cattle producers have faced several challenges in recent years, including last year’s dry conditions, which resulted in scarce pasture and winter feed.
This harvest season the Canadian Agriculture Safety Association (CASA) is reminding producers of the dangers of moving grain and why it is important to BeGrainSafe and follow safe grain handling ...
Wild boar at large are one of the most damaging invasive species in the world and they can wreak havoc on fields, pastures, wetlands, and natural areas in a short period.
Filing your harvested production report (HPR) online is easy and saves time so we can keep you moving forward.