Delivering your grain to the United States
Canadian producers may choose to deliver their grain to a grain company in the United States. However, payment protection under the Safeguards for Grain Farmers Program only applies to deliveries made to grain companies licensed by the Canadian Grain Commission.
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The Canada U.S. Grain and Seed Trade Task Group is a joint initiative of Canadian and American industry associations, including the Canada Grains Council and the North American Export Grain Association.
You can find information regarding a number of topics on the Canada-U.S. Grain and Seed Trade website. Topics include:
- Finding a Buyer
- Grading System
- Contract and Pricing
- Crossing the Border
- Regarding the Delivery of Grain
- Settlement – Payment
- Check-offs, Taxes and Other Deductions
- Relevant Regulations and Standards
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