Yield loss only coverage for the following specialty crops is available at 50, 60 or 70 per cent coverage. Terms and conditions provide insurance features and agronomic practices required for insurance. Please select a crop:
These specialty crops are insured for yield-loss and quality coverage (50, 60 or 70 per cent).
• dry beans: dryland, irrigated (Questionnaires: dryland, irrigated)
• timothy hay
Other crops that are not insurable for yield or quality are vegetables and fruit trees. Vegetable crops are insured for acreage loss and fruit trees (saskatoon, haskap, dwarf sour cherry) are insured for tree loss. There are no coverage levels available for these crops.
Production guarantees for camelina, dryland dry beans, soybeans, timothy hay (refer to Forage section on page 39) and khorasan wheat are determined using the provincial long-term average yield. Individual coverage is applied to alfalfa seed, irrigated dry beans, chickpeas, caraway, coriander, honey and potatoes.
Information on individual coverage can be found on page 6.
For more information on the Wild Rice Insurance program visit www.saskcropinsurance.com.