Canada - Saskatchewan pork producers to receive targeted advance payments

Saskatchewan pork producers facing cash flow challenges now have access to AgriStability Targeted Advance Payments (TAP). Pork producers can now receive a TAP of up to 75% of their estimated 2009 AgriStabilty payment.
Friday 16 October 2009 (8 years 4 months 5 days ago)
Saskatchewan pork producers facing cash flow challenges now have access to AgriStability Targeted Advance Payments (TAP). Pork producers can now receive a TAP of up to 75% of their estimated 2009 AgriStabilty payment.

Targeted Advance Payments for pork producers are part of a national action plan to help Canada’s livestock producers, which includes making program payments under existing programs available earlier. Last year, improvements were made to the federal Advance Payments Program (APP) to provide farmers with quicker and easier access to cash advances. On January 23, 2009, a stay of default was also granted for APP advances issued to hog and cattle producers during the 2008-2009 production period.

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