AFSC is proud of Alberta’s producers, and we’re honoured to work alongside you as you grow the province’s agriculture industry.
Applications open October 30 for the 2023 Canada-Alberta Drought Livestock Assistance program, providing livestock producers with up to $165 million to maintain breeding herds.
The governments of Alberta and Canada are providing $165 million to support livestock producers affected by drought and extreme growing conditions.
Agriculture Financial Services (AFSC) will be extending its online chat hours from October 23 through November 15 to better support clients as they file their harvest production reports (HPR).
Alberta’s cattle producers have faced several challenges in recent years, which have been compounded by this year’s dry conditions.
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That’s why we are focused on improving our digital offerings so you can do your business anywhere, anytime, in any weather.
More than half of Canada’s ag producers are 55 or older and are just now starting to think about the future of the business they’ve worked hard to build and grow. And while it’s not too late ...
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 2023 harvest is upon us, clients may want to note the following items.
The AgriStability program has reopened for late participation so producers affected by wildfires and drought can consider enrolling to manage business risks.