2019 AgriStability Program Interim Payment Application Guide
Revised June 2019
Before you start
Use this guide to complete your 2019 AgriStability Interim payment form.
Review this guide to make sure you fill out your form correctly. Providing correct information on your form helps us to calculate your benefits accurately and prevents processing delays.
Once we receive your completed form, we will send you an Interim Calculation of Program Benefits (COB) Notice showing how we calculated your benefit.
This guide gives you general information. For complete program rules, see the AgriStability Program Guidelines at agr.gc.ca/agristability.
AgriStability is a voluntary program that provides support when you experience larger income losses.
AgriStability is based on margins:
Program margin - your allowable income minus your allowable expenses in the current year adjusted for changes in purchased inputs, receivables, payables and inventory.
Reference margin – is based on your program margins for the previous five years with adjustments made to reflect significant changes to the size or structure of your farm. The highest and lowest years are dropped and the remaining years are averaged. This is called an Olympic average.
Reference margin limit – your reference margin cannot exceed your average allowable expenses for the three years used to calculate your reference margin. If it does we apply the lower amount. This is called the reference margin limit. However, the reference margin limit cannot reduce your reference margin by more than 30%. If it does, your reference margin limit will be adjusted to the higher amount.
Generally, you will receive an AgriStability payment when your program margin in the current year falls more than 30% below the lower of your reference margin limit (regular or adjusted) or your reference margin. AgriStability covers 70% of your decline that is beyond the 30%.
2019 Reference margins will be calculated as follows:
- If you participated in the program in any of the past four years, we will calculate your reference margin using the program margins for the previous five years. The highest and lowest program margins are dropped and the remaining three are averaged. This is called an Olympic average.
- If you did not participate in the program for the past four years, we will calculate your reference margin using an average of the three previous program margins. We will continue to calculate your reference margin using three previous program margins until you have five years of historical information on file.
- If you did not have farming activity in one or more of the five previous years, your reference margin will be calculated using an average of the three previous years. If you did not have farming activity in any of the three previous years, we will create margins for any missing years using industry averages.
- individual producers
- landlords in a crop or livestock share joint venture*
- partners in a partnership
- communal organizations
- limited partnerships
- Status Indians and Band farms farming on a reserve
*If you farm as a landlord you are eligible only if you are in a joint venture with the tenant and your share of the allowable expenses is reasonable for your share of the allowable income.
To participate in AgriStability, you must:
- farm in Canada
- file an income tax return reporting farming income (loss) to the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) by the final filing deadline for the program year (except Status Indians farming on a reserve in Canada who are exempt from filing a tax return)*
- complete a minimum of six consecutive months of farming activity and a production cycle, unless you experienced a disaster
- enrol in the program, pay your fee and file a form by the applicable deadlines
*If you are Status Indian farming on a reserve and you are not required to file an income tax return, send us your farming income (loss) information you would have otherwise reported for income tax. We will assume you have a December 31st fiscal year-end.
Generally, you are eligible for AgriStability if you farm in Canada and earn income from producing primary agricultural products such as:
- grains, oilseeds and specialty crops
Agricultural products that you produce and process on your farm may also be eligible, for example strawberries made into jam.
For complete program rules, see the AgriStability Program Guidelines at agr.gc.ca/agristability.
The 2019 Interim payment is an advance on your final 2019 benefit, based on an estimate of your program year and reference margins.
If you receive a 2019 Interim payment, you must file the following forms by December 31, 2020:
- a 2019 income tax return reporting farming income (loss) to the Canada Revenue Agency
- a 2019 final AgriStability form
Otherwise, you will have to repay your Interim payment.
Because we estimate your margins to calculate your Interim payment, it is important that you provide the most accurate information possible. If your estimates are not accurate, your Interim payment may be greater than your final payment and you will have to repay the overpayment.
To help prevent overpayments, we generally base Interim payments on 50% of the estimated final benefit. We do not issue payments for less than $250.
Once we process your form, we will send you an Interim Calculation of Program Benefits (COB) Notice showing you how we calculated your benefit.
You may adjust the information on your Interim form by the later of:
- 30 days from the date of your Interim Calculation of Program Benefits Notice (COB) or
- March 31, 2020
Since your Interim payment is only an estimate of your 2019 final benefit calculation, you cannot appeal this interim calculation. You can only appeal your final benefit calculation.
Steps to participate
- Step 1: Enrol in AgriStability and pay your fee
- If you participated in AgriStability for the 2017 or 2018 program year, we will automatically issue you an Enrolment Notice and enrol you in the program.
- If you did not participate in AgriStability for both the 2017 and 2018 program years, you must either request to participate or submit your Interim Payment form to us before the April 30, 2019 enrolment deadline to enrol in the program.
- Pay your fee by the deadline shown on your Enrolment Notice.
- Step 2: Complete the 2019 AgriStability Interim Payment form
- Return your completed form to us by March 31, 2020.
- Step 3: File your final 2019 AgriStability form by the deadline
- The initial deadline to file your form without penalty is September 30, 2020.
- The final deadline to file your 2019 AgriStability form with a late filing penalty is December 31, 2020.
- Step 4: File an income tax return by the 2019 program deadline
- File a 2019 income tax return reporting farming income (loss) to the Canada Revenue Agency by December 31, 2020.
- April 30, 2019
- deadline to enrol for 2019 AgriStability
- March 31, 2020
- deadline to file your 2019 AgriStability Interim payment form
- September 30, 2020
- initial deadline to file your 2019 AgriStability form without a late filing penalty
- December 31, 2020
- deadline to file your 2019 income tax return reporting farming income (loss) to the Canada Revenue Agency
- final deadline to file your 2019 AgriStability form with a late filing penalty
We will reduce your benefit by $500 for each month (or part of a month) you submit your form between the initial and final deadline dates.
If your late filing penalty is more than your payment we will reduce your payment to zero. We will not apply the late filing penalty balance to the next program year.
If a deadline falls on a Saturday, Sunday, or statutory holiday, you have until the next business day to send the information.
Where to send your completed form
Mail your Interim payment form to:
PO Box 3200 Station Main
Winnipeg MB R3C 5R7
or fax your form toll-free to: 1-877-949-4885.
We suggest using registered mail or keeping your fax transmittal slip to show that you sent your form on time.
Completing your form
To participate in AgriStability, we must assign you a Participant Identification Number (PIN). The PIN uniquely identifies your farm operation and protects the privacy of your information.
If you previously participated in AgriStability, you have a PIN. If not, we will assign one to you. Keep the number handy as you will need it for future contact and participation.
Operation Number (#)
If you have more than one farming operation:
- complete a form for each operation
- number each operation and
- send all forms together
If you have participated in AgriStability before, number the operations in the same order as the last time you applied.
Name and Participant Identification Number (PIN)
Enter your first and last name, or business name (if applicable) and PIN. You have a PIN if you are an AgriStability or AgriInvest participant.
If you are a new participant without a PIN, see 1a.
1a) New participant
If your answer is “Yes”, complete Schedule 1 – Additional Information (sections a, b, and c) and Schedule 2 – Worksheet for 2018 Reference Margin.
1b) Change in information
If your answer is “Yes” to any of the questions in this section, complete the related sections on Schedule 1 – Additional Information to update your information.
2a) Production cycle
Check if you completed a production cycle on at least one of the commodities you produce.
If your answer is “No”, check if you were unable to complete a production cycle on at least half of your farms total production because of disaster circumstances such as:
You must complete a production cycle to be eligible for AgriStability. If you could not complete a production cycle because of disaster circumstances, we may waive this condition.
A production cycle includes at least one of the following:
- growing and harvesting a crop
- the process of rearing livestock
- buying and selling livestock for feeding and finishing
2b) Federal public office holder or employee of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
If you or anyone involved in completing this form is a current or former federal public office holder or employee of AAFC, answer "Yes" to this question.
Answer "Yes" if at least one of the shareholders, members, or partners of your farming arrangement is a current or former federal public office holder or employee of AAFC.
2c) AgriInsurance (crop or production insurance)
Check if you produced commodities that are insurable under AgriInsurance (crop or production insurance), even if you did not insure them.
If your answer is “Yes”, were more than half of yourinsurable crop acres insured at 70% or higher?
If you insured more than half of your insurable crop acres at 70% or higher, you may be eligible for a benefit if you have a negative margin. A negative margin occurs when your allowable expenses are greater than your allowable income for the current program year.
2d) 2018 AgriStability application
Check if you have completed a 2018 AgriStability form.
If your answer is "No", complete Schedule 2 – Worksheet for 2018 Reference Margin.
We need this information to calculate your Interim payment.
The Schedule 2 worksheet does not replace your final 2018 AgriStability form. If you enrolled for the 2018 program year, send your final 2018 AgriStability form by the program deadline.
3a) Combined operations
AgriStability is a whole farm program. That means we may combine your farm with another farm even if that operation reports separately for income tax.
Combining ensures that AgriStability benefits are paid to farms that have decreases in income for reasons beyond their control, not because of business or tax planning decisions.
Generally, you should check “Yes” to this question if your farm is:
- legally, financially, or operationally dependent on another farming operation
- all or some of the transactions between the farms are not at fair market value and not clearly defined, or
- the farms share the same land or equipment
Individuals in a partnership do not need to be combined.
If your answer is "Yes" to this question, provide the farm's PIN. If there are more than two farms, attach a sheet listing the other PINs.
We cannot process your form until we receive information from all the farms that are being combined.
Partners in a partnership must estimate 100% of the partnership's income, expenses and production. We calculate the benefits for each partner based on their share of the partnership. Enter your percentage share of the partnership.
Enter the PIN, name or corporation name and percentage share for each partner involved in the partnership.
Program year farming activity
This section helps us estimate your 2019 income and expenses.
4a) Program year payments
Enter the total AgriInsurance (crop or production insurance) payments you received or expect to receive for your production in your 2019 program year.
Enter any other program payments you received or expect to receive for the loss of allowable commodities in your 2019 program year.
- For a list of program payments, see the Program payment list.
- For programs not listed, attach a note to your form showing the program name and total expected payment amount. If you do not know the exact amount of the payment, provide an estimate.
If you receive a program payment after you receive an Interim payment, we will include this amount in income when we process your final 2019 form.
4b) Allowable expenses
This section shows if you have or expect to have a significant increase or decrease in your expenses. The expense categories listed are those that commonly vary from year to year.
If you do not expect to have a significant increase or decrease for each category, check the "No Significant Change" box. We will estimate the expense based on the information you provided in prior years.
If you expect to have a significant increase or decrease for any of the expenses listed, enter:
- the total amount of the expected expense (not just the increase or decrease) or
- "0" if you have a significant decrease which brings an expense to zero
Enter only the expenses related to your 2019 production. Do not include amounts paid in 2019 for prior year expenses.
You have a December 31st year-end. You apply $45,000 worth of fertilizer in the spring of 2018 but do not pay for it until 2019. As this expense relates to your 2018 production, do not report it on your 2019 Interim form.
4c) Productive capacity decrease due to disaster circumstances
Check if you had a decrease in your productive capacity of crops or livestock because of a disaster. A decrease in productive capacity means a decrease in the total amount that you can produce on your farm.
4d) Crop production
The information you provide in this section is used to estimate your crop income and productive capacity.
Code and crop description
Use the Interim code list to report all crops by code and description that you harvested or expect to harvest in the 2019 program year. If your crop is not listed, leave the code blank and provide a detailed crop description.
Report each grade or variety of crop separately. For example, report #1 CWRS wheat separately from #2 CWRS wheat.
Report your crop as "organic" only if it is Certified Organic. We may ask for your organic certification.
Report the number of acres of crops that you harvested or expect to harvest in the 2019 program year.
If you grow a multi-stage crop, see the multi-stage crop section for more information on how to report the acres.
For commodities not measured by acres, use the standard unit of measurement for that commodity.
- Greenhouses and nursery operations (including floriculture) report in square metres.
- Maple syrup operations report in hundreds of taps producing. If you have 350 taps producing, report 3.5 (350/100).
If you are a tenant in a crop share, or a landlord in a joint venture crop share, report your share of acres and estimated production.
You rent 300 acres in a crop share agreement. You receive 2/3 of the crop and pay 2/3 of the allowable expenses. Your landlord receives the remaining 1/3 of the crop and pays 1/3 of the allowable expenses. The rented land produced 300 tonnes of wheat. You report your 2/3 share of both the acreage and the production:
- 200 acres
- 200 tonnes of wheat
Your landlord reports his 1/3 share of both the acreage and the production:
- 100 acres
- 100 tonnes of wheat
If you grew a commodity and expected to harvest it in the program year, but could not for reasons beyond your control, report the commodity, acres and enter "zero" as the production (tonnes) estimate.
Multi-stage crops are commodities that take longer than one year to reach full production. Because multi-stage crops are grown over several years, there are different inventory codes to reflect the stage of production.
Report all the acres of your crop based on their stage of growth, even if you did not harvest the crop in your 2019 program year. Use the Interim code list to report the stage of production for your commodity.
Multi-stage crops include:
- high bush blueberries
- Christmas trees
In New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, multi-stage crops also include:
- low bush blueberries
Highbush blueberries and grapes
Start reporting your acres in the year you plant.
Start reporting your acres once you have cleared the land and started nurturing the plants. When you start producing blueberries, report your acres based on their stage of growth. Continue reporting your acres in the years you burn/mow/sprout
Report your estimated sod acres (seeded, growing, and harvested) based on their expected stage of growth at the end of your fiscal year.
- Example 1
- You seeded 150 acres at the end of 2019 and harvested them in 2020. Report 150 acres using code 6941, Sod, acres seeded. Your estimated production is zero.
- Example 2
- You seeded 150 acres in 2018 but did not harvest those acres until 2020. Report 150 acres using code 6943, Sod, acres growing. Your estimated production is zero.
If you harvested and then re-seeded the same sod acres in your 2019 fiscal year, report the acres twice.
If you harvested and then reseeded 150 acres, report 150 acres using code 6945, Sod, acres harvested and 150 acres using code 6941, Sod, acres seeded. Report your estimated production for the harvested acres. Report zero production for the seeded acres.
Echinacea and ginseng
Report acres in the establishment stage until the year of harvest. If you expect to harvest the acres, report them as root harvested.
Report acres in the establishment stage until production starts. This stage can last up to three years.
There are two types of Christmas tree operations:
- tree farm
- managed natural tree stand
Tree farms plant their seedlings in a greenhouse, garden or tree farm, and maintain them until harvested. Report your total acres of trees based on their stage of growth at the end of your fiscal period.
To report your trees, use:
- nursery codes for the seedlings you grow in your greenhouse or garden prior to transplanting to your tree farm.
- code 6960 for the seedlings or trees you planted on your tree farm the first year (establishment stage).
- code 6961, 6962, 6963, and 6964 to report your seedlings or trees based on their stage of growth.
Report your expected production amount based on the number of trees you intend to harvest and sell.
Managed natural tree stand operations select trees from an existing forest and actively maintain them until harvest.
Report the acres of trees that you intend to actively maintain as either pre-harvested (in the ground) or harvested (removed from the ground). Base the number of acres you report on 1000 trees per acres.
If you expect to have 9,500 pre-harvested trees at the end of your fiscal year, report 9.5 acres (9,500/1,000).
For pre-harvested acres, report zero for expected production.
For harvested acres, report your expected production amount based on the number of trees harvested and intended for sale.
Summerfallow, pasture and wasteland
Report your expected summerfallow, pasture or wasteland acres on the designated lines.
Report all acres that you planned to seed in the 2019 program year but could not because your land was too wet or dry to seed.
At the beginning of the year you intended to grow canola on 300 acres. However, you only seeded 200 acres because of flooding. In your crop production for canola, report 200 for the number of acres and 100 as unseedable acres.
Production (tonnes expected)
Report the quantity of crop you expect to produce in tonnes in 2019. For commodities not measured by tonnes, use the standard unit of measurement. For example, report maple syrup in litres.
If you could not harvest some or all of your crop at the end of your fiscal year because it was snowed under, report:
- the total acres for the crop using the inventory code for that crop; and
- the estimated production that you may be able to harvest next year
If your farm always has a standing crop at the end of your fiscal year (for example: July 31st), do not report the standing crop.
If your farm has an unexpected standing crop because you could not harvest it before the end of your fiscal year, include the expected standing crop in production (tonnes).
Production intended for sale (tonnes)
Report the quantity of crop you intend to sell (in tonnes) in 2019. Do not include production that you intend to use on-farm for feed or seed.
If you report a multi-stage crop and the crop is not ready to harvest in the fiscal year, report zero.
Price per tonne ($)
Use the Interim code list to find pricing for your crop. There are two categories of pricing.
For codes marked with an "X", we have developed prices to value these crops. You can only provide your own price if:
- your method of marketing the crop is very different from the general marketing practice or
- your crop is very different from the crop listed
If you provide your own price, send copies of your receipts or documents to support the price. For codes not marked with an "X", enter your own price.
In both cases, we will decide if these prices are reasonable for your farm.
4e) Livestock Production
The information you provide in this section is used to estimate your livestock income and productive capacity. Do not report an animal more than once on the form.
Before you complete this section, you will need to know how to calculate animal feed days.
Animal feed days
Animal feed days are based on the (number of expected animals) x (number of expected days each animal will be fed).
100 expected animals fed × 90 expected days = 9,000 feed days
Animal feed days are based on the total number of feed days for the year, not the number of feed days per animal.
Livestock lease agreements
If you lease animals but do not take 100% of the revenue from the animal, report only your share of the agreement.
If you lease 100 cows but take only 60% of the calf crop, report only 60 cows (60% of 100) using code 8004. Next, report 60 calves under # of calves born.
For further instructions, see the livestock categories listed below.
Most livestock codes and categories are pre-printed on the form. See the Other production for instructions to report any livestock commodities not listed.
Cow/Calf (code 8004)
Do not report cows from your dairy operation in this section. See Other production for more information.
Number (#) of cows that calved
Report the number of cows that calved or you expect to calf in the 2019 program year.
Number (#) of calves born
Report the number of calves that were born or you expect to be born in the 2019 program year. Do not include calves that died or were held over from your previous fiscal period.
Number (#) of calf feed days
Calf feed days begin after weaning and end with the earlier of:
- the sale of the animal or the estimated time of sale or
- the end of your fiscal period
Report the number of calf feed days for calves born or you expect to be born in the 2019 program year that were weaned and fed. See the instructions on this page on how to calculate animal feed days.
Enter zero if you do not have or expect to have any calf feed days.
Average wean weight
Report the average wean weight of your calves in pounds.
Hog production (codes 8751 and 8760):
Number (#) of sows that farrowed (codes 8751 and 8760)
Report the number of sows that birthed or you expect to birth in the 2019 program year.
Calculate the average number of sows that birthed or you expect to birth in the 2019 program year by dividing the births by your average birthrate per sow for the year.
10,000 births ÷ 23 average birthrate per sow = 435 average number sows that birthed
Number (#) of animals born (codes 8751 and 8760)
Report the total number of piglets born or you expect to be born in the 2019 program year. Do not include piglets that died. Report a birth only once in either of these two categories depending on your type of operation (either farrowing or farrow to finish).
Average wean weight (code 8751)
Report the average wean weight of the piglets for “Hogs, Farrowing”.
Feeder cattle (codes 8066 and 8068)
The feeder categories include animals born on the farm that were held over from the previous year and animals purchased in the 2019 program year.
Number (#) of animals fed (codes 8066 and 8068)
Report the number of animals you fed that had an appreciable gain in 2019 (a 90 kg (200 lbs) weight gain or a minimum of 60 days on feed).
Report the number of feeders held over from the previous year or purchased during the 2019 program year that you sold as feeders or you expect to sell as feeders.
Group the animals that you sold or expect to sell based on their sale or estimated sale weight.
If you fed and sold 50 feeder cattle (under 900 lbs) in the first 7 months of the year, and fed or expect to feed another 50 feeder cattle (under 900 lbs) for the last 5 months, record 100 animals fed as feeder cattle (under 900 lbs) use code 8066.
Do not include breeding animals, culls, animals that have not been weaned or animals born in the 2019 program year.
Number (#) of animal feed days (Codes 8066 and 8068)
Report the number of animal feed days you have or expect to have during the 2019 program year. See the instructions for how to calculate animal feed days.
- For purchased cattle, animal feed days begin the later of:
- the day you bought the animal or
- the start of your fiscal period
- For animals born on-farm in the previous fiscal year, animal feed days begin the later of:
- the weaning date of the animal or
- the start of your fiscal period
- For both purchased cattle and animals born on-farm, animal feed days end the earlier of:
- the sale of the animal or the estimated time of sale or
- the end of your fiscal period
Do not include calves born in the 2019 program year or calves held over from the previous year that you sold or expect to sell as calves, breeding animals, or culls.
Enter zero if you do not have or expect to have any animal feed days.
Feeder hogs (codes 8762 and 8761)
Report purchased hogs in this category. Do not include breeding animals, culls, weaned animals born in the 2019 program year and births reported under the farrowing and/or farrow to finish categories.
Number (#) of animals fed (codes 8762 and 8761)
Report the number of animals you fed or you expect to feed during the 2019 program year.
Group the animals you sold or expect to sell in the 2019 program year based on the sale weight in the 2019 program year.
If you fed and sold 50 feeder hogs (over 50 lbs) in the first 7 months of the year and fed or expect to feed another 50 feeder hogs (over 50 lbs) for the last 5 months, record 100 animals fed as Hogs, Feeders (fed over 50 lbs), use code 8761.
Do not include breeding animals, culls, animals that have not been weaned, animals born in the 2019 program year or animals previously reported in a farrow to finish operation.
Number (#) of animal feed days (codes 8762 and 8761)
Report the number of animal feed days you have or expect to have during the 2019 program year. For Hogs, nursery (up to 50 lbs), use code 8762 and for Hogs, feeders (over 50 lbs), use code 8761. See the instructions on how to calculate animal feed days.
For purchased hogs, animal feed days begin the later of:
- the day you bought the animal or
- the start of your fiscal period
For animals born on-farm in the previous year, animal feed days begin the later of:
- the weaning date of the animal or
- the start of your fiscal period
For both purchased hogs and hogs born on-farm, animal feed days end the earlier of:
- the sale of the animal or the estimated time of sale or
- the end of your fiscal period
Do not include farrow to finish operations, farrowing operation, breeding animals and culls in the number of animal feed days. Enter zero if you do not have or expect to have any animal feed days.
Custom fed livestock:
Cattle (code 8133) and hogs (code 8749)
Number (#) of animal feed days
Report the number of animal feed days you have or expect to have during the 2019 program year for custom fed animals. See the instructions on how to calculate animal feed days.
Enter zero if you do not have or expect to have any animal feed days.
Supply managed commodities:
Poultry (codes 7650 and 7862)
Number (#) of kilograms of quota
Report the number of kilograms of quota you have or expect to have in the 2019 program year.
Number (#) of kilograms produced
Report the number of kilograms you produced or expect to produce in the 2019 program year.
Estimated price ($)
Enter your estimated price “per kg” or “per unit” for your production. We will decide whether the price is reasonable for your farm.
Egg production (codes 7663 and 7664)
Number (#) of hens producing
Report the number of hens you produced or expect to produce in the 2019 program year.
Dozens of eggs produced
Report the dozens of eggs you produced or expect to produce in the 2019 program year.
Estimated price ($)
Enter your estimated price “per unit” for your production in the space provided. We will decide whether the price is reasonable for your farm.
Refer to the Productive capacity list to find the codes and units required to report "other" commodities that are not specified on the Livestock Production section of the form.
If your commodity is not listed, leave the code blank.
List other estimated livestock production in as much detail as possible. For example, list “lambs born” or “wool produced” rather than just “sheep”.
If you produce purebred livestock, indicate “purebred” in the description line to ensure we assign the correct value to your 2019 program year production.
For commodities not measured by number of head, report your yield based on the standard unit of measurement for the commodity.
For example, report PMU production on a per contracted gram basis. Be sure to indicate the type of unit.
Use the Interim code list to determine pricing for your commodity. There are two categories of pricing.
For codes marked with an “X”, we will value these commodities using Interim prices we have developed. You can provide your own price only if:
- your method of marketing the commodity is very different than the general marketing practice or
- the commodity is very different than the commodity listed
If you provide your own price, send copies of your receipts or documents to support the price. For codes not marked with an “X”, enter your own price in the space provided.
In both cases, we will decide whether these prices are reasonable for your farm.
Schedule 1 - Additional information
Complete Schedule 1 only if:
- you answered “Yes” to section 1a) on page 1 of the 2019 Interim form
- you answered “Yes” to any question in section 1b) on page 1 of the Interim form
A) Participant identification
Enter your first and last name, or your business name (if applicable), address, email address, daytime phone number and fax. If you are an individual producer, provide your Social Insurance Number.
If the operation is a corporation or a co-operative, provide the Business Tax Number.
If the operation is a trust or communal organization, provide the Trust Taxation Numbers. If you are a Status Indian, provide your Social Insurance Number or Business Number.
B) Contact person
Complete this area if you grant permission to someone else (such as your spouse, common-law partner, or accountant) to provide or ask for more information about your form. We will call your contact person if we have a question. We will send correspondence to both you and your contact person.
Enter the first and last name of your contact person, their business name (if applicable) address, daytime phone number and fax.
You must provide your contact person’s information each time you send a form. This information will not be carried forward from last year. If you leave this area blank, we will contact you directly if we have a question.
C) Business structure
Enter your fiscal period in this section.
If you are a Status Indian farming on a reserve and you are not required to file a tax return, we will assume you have a December 31st fiscal year end.
Province of main farmstead
Enter the province/territory where all or the majority of the gross farming income was earned over the previous five years.
Select all that apply.
If you are a Status Indian farming on a reserve or a Status Indian Band Farm, provide your Band number in the space provided.
D) Change in business structure
If your business structure has changed since the last time you participated in the AgriStability program, complete this section.
Schedule 2 - Worksheet for 2018 reference margin
Complete Schedule 2 only if:
- you answered “Yes” to section 1a) on page 1 of the form
- you answered “No” to section 2d) on page 1 of the form
Use the most recent AgriStability and AgriInvest Harmonized Guide to complete this worksheet. For a copy of the guide, visit agr.gc.ca/agristability.
If you need assistance, call us toll-free at 1-866-367-8506.
Program payment list
|2018 Nova Scotia frost loss program||678|
|2016 Canada-Alberta bovine tuberculosis assistance initiative (allowable income)||674|
|2016 Canada-Saskatchewan bovine tuberculosis assistance initiative||675|
|2016 Canada – Nova Scotia fire blight initiative||673|
|2013 Canada – Nova Scotia strawberry assistance initiative||668|
|2012 Canada – Ontario forage and livestock transportation assistance initiative||662|
|Canada – British Columbia excess moisture initiative||624|
|Canada – British Columbia feed assistance and pasture
|Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) payment
for allowable commodities
|Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) payment for
supply managed commodities
|Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) payment for
|Crop cover protection program||473|
|Cull breeding swine program (all provinces)||582|
|Insurance proceeds for allowable expense items||406|
|Livestock feed insurance program||412|
|Ontario juice grape transition program||551|
|Ontario special beekeepers fund||552|
|Orchard and vineyards transition program||583|
|Other AgriRecovery program (allowable income)**||627|
|Plum pox eradication||600|
|Private insurance proceeds for allowable commodities||661|
|Saskatchewan cattle and hog support program||593|
|Western livestock price insurance program (WLPIP)||667|
|**This code should only be used for AgriRecovery programs (allowable for AgriStability) that are not specifically listed above.|
|AgriInsurance /production/crop/hail insurance||Code|
|Grains, oilseeds, and special crops||401|
|Edible horticulture crops||402|
|Non-edible horticulture crops||470|
|Waterfowl/Wildlife damage compensation||Code|
|Grains, oilseeds, and special crops||418|
Interim code list
"Y" shows which codes can be used by province when reporting production.
Codes with an asterisk in your province: The Administration has established Interim price values for these codes. You can provide your own price only if your method of marketing the commodity was substantially different than the general marketing practice or the commodity is substantially different than the commodity listed.
Codes without an asterisk in your province: For these commodities, submit your own price by attaching a written note or receipt. The Administration will assess whether the price you wish to use is reasonable for your farm.
- Newfoundland and Labrador
- New Brunswick
- Nova Scotia
- Yukon Territory
|7618||Leaf Cutter Bees||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|7932||Feeder Bison (under 700 lbs)||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|7934||Feeder Bison (over 701 lbs)||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|7935||Bison, Custom Fed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|8066||Feeder Cattle (Under 900 lbs)||Y*||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|8068||Finished Cattle (Over 901 lbs)||Y*||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|8130||Purebred Feeder Cattle (Under 900 lbs)||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|8132||Purebred Finished Cattle (Over 901 lbs)||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|8133||Cattle, Custom Fed||Y*||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|8268||Feeder Dairy Cattle (Under 900 lbs)||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|8270||Finished Dairy Cattle (Over 901 lbs)||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|8276||Purebred Dairy Calves||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|8425||Red Deer, Bulls Producing Velvet||Y||Y||Y|
|8431||Red Deer, Semen||Y||Y||Y|
|8856||Wild Boar, Finishers||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|8200||Dairy Quota, Butterfat||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|8463||Elk, Custom Fed||Y||Y|
|8472||Elk, Velvet Produced||Y||Y|
|8915||Goats, Custom Fed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|8572||Pregnant Mare Urine Produced (PMU)||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|7653||Custom Fed Chicken Pullets||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|7663||Chickens, Eggs for Hatching||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|7664||Chickens, Eggs for Consumption||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|7803||Pheasant, Ring Neck||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|7811||Pheasant, Ring Neck, Broilers||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|7813||Pheasant, White, Broilers||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|8965||Sheep, Custom Fed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|8749||Hogs, Custom Fed||Y*||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|8760||Hogs, Farrow to Finish||Y*||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|8761||Hogs, Feeders (fed over 51 lbs)||Y*||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|8762||Hogs, Nursery (fed up to 50 lbs)||Y*||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5101||Barley, Feed (>=48 lbs./bushel (bu.))||Y*|
|5102||Barley, Feed (42 lbs./bu. to 47 lbs./bu.)||Y*|
|5195||Barley, Feed (Off Board)|
|5204||Barley, Organic, Feed||Y|
|5205||Barley, Organic Six-Row||Y|
|5206||Barley, Organic Six-Row, Pedigreed||Y|
|5210||Barley, Organic Two-Row||Y|
|5211||Barley, Organic Two-Row, Pedigreed||Y|
|5215||Barley, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5220||Barley, Pedigreed Seed Six-Row||Y|
|5225||Barley, Pedigreed Seed Two-Row||Y|
|5233||Barley, CW Select Six-Row||Y|
|5238||Barley, CW Select Two-Row||Y|
|4990||Cranberries (Establishment Stage)||Y||Y|
|4991||Cranberries, 1st year of production||Y||Y|
|4992||Cranberries, 2nd year of production||Y||Y|
|4993||Cranberries, 3rd year of production||Y||Y|
|4994||Cranberries, 4+ years of production||Y||Y|
|5059||Blueberries, High bush (Planting Year)||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5060||Blueberries, High bush (Non-Bearing Year)||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5061||Blueberries, High bush (Years 1 to 2 of Production)||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5062||Blueberries, High bush (Years 3 to 6 of Production)||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5063||Blueberries, High bush (Years 7 to 9 of Production)||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5064||Blueberries, High bush (Years 10+ of Production)||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5095||Blueberries, Low bush (Establishment Stage)||Y||Y|
|5096||Blueberries, Low bush (Primary Production-1st and 2nd Harvest Crop)||Y||Y|
|5097||Blueberries, Low bush (Secondary Production-3rd and 4th Harvest Crop)||Y||Y|
|5098||Blueberries, Low bush (Mature/Full Production)||Y||Y|
|5099||Blueberries, Low bush (burn/mow/sprout)||Y||Y|
|5240||Buckwheat, No. 1||Y|
|5242||Buckwheat, No. 2||Y|
|5244||Buckwheat, No. 3||Y|
|5248||Buckwheat, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5252||Canary Seed, Organic||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5254||Canary Seed, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5259||Rapeseed, High Erucic Acid||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5262||Canola, Argentine, No. 1||Y*|
|5264||Canola, Argentine, No. 2||Y*|
|5266||Canola, Argentine, No. 3||Y|
|5268||Canola, Argentine, Organic||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5270||Canola, Argentine, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5272||Canola, Argentine, Sample||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5276||Canola, Polish, No. 1||Y*|
|5278||Canola, Polish, No. 2||Y*|
|5280||Canola, Polish, No. 3||Y|
|5282||Canola, Polish, Organic||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5284||Canola, Polish, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5286||Canola, Polish, Sample||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5292||Caraway Seed, Organic||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5294||Caraway Seed, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5300||Chickpeas, Desi, No. 1||Y*|
|5302||Chickpeas, Desi, No. 2||Y*|
|5303||Chickpeas, Desi, No. 3||Y|
|5304||Chickpeas, Desi, Organic||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5306||Chickpeas, Desi, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5310||Chickpeas, Large Kabuli (Average), No. 1||Y*|
|5312||Chickpeas, Large Kabuli (Average), No. 2||Y*|
|5314||Chickpeas, Large Kabuli (Average), No. 3||Y|
|5316||Chickpeas, Large Kabuli, Organic||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5318||Chickpeas, Large Kabuli, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5322||Chickpeas, Small Kabuli, No. 1||Y*|
|5324||Chickpeas, Small Kabuli, No. 2||Y*|
|5325||Chickpeas, Small Kabuli, No. 3||Y|
|5326||Chickpeas, Small Kabuli, Organic||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5328||Chickpeas, Small Kabuli, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5342||Corn, Grain, Organic||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5344||Corn, Grain, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5369||Beans, Black, Organic||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5370||Beans, Black, No. 1||Y|
|5372||Beans, Black, No. 2||Y|
|5374||Beans, Black, No. 3||Y|
|5375||Beans, Black, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5376||Beans, Brown, No. 1||Y|
|5378||Beans, Brown, No. 2||Y|
|5380||Beans, Brown, No. 3||Y|
|5382||Beans, Brown, Organic||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5384||Beans, Brown, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5386||Beans, Cranberry, No. 1||Y|
|5388||Beans, Cranberry, No. 2||Y|
|5390||Beans, Cranberry, No. 3||Y|
|5392||Beans, Cranberry, Organic||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5394||Beans, Cranberry, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5396||Beans, Great Northern, No. 1||Y|
|5398||Beans, Great Northern, No. 2||Y|
|5400||Beans, Great Northern, No. 3||Y|
|5402||Beans, Great Northern, Organic||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5404||Beans, Great Northern, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5405||Beans, Dry, Red Kidney||Y||Y||Y|
|5406||Beans, Kidney, Dark Red, No. 1||Y|
|5408||Beans, Kidney, Dark Red, No. 2||Y|
|5410||Beans, Kidney, Dark Red, No. 3||Y|
|5412||Beans, Kidney, Dark Red, Organic||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5414||Beans, Kidney, Dark Red, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5416||Beans, Kidney, Light Red, No. 1||Y|
|5418||Beans, Kidney, Light Red, No. 2||Y|
|5420||Beans, Kidney, Light Red, No. 3||Y|
|5422||Beans, Kidney, Light Red, Organic||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5424||Beans, Kidney, Light Red, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5426||Beans, Pink, No. 1||Y|
|5428||Beans, Pink, No. 2||Y|
|5430||Beans, Pink, No. 3||Y|
|5432||Beans, Pink, Organic||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5434||Beans, Pink, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5436||Beans, Pinto, No. 1||Y|
|5438||Beans, Pinto, No. 2||Y|
|5440||Beans, Pinto, No. 3||Y|
|5442||Beans, Pinto, Organic||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5444||Beans, Pinto, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5448||Beans, Small Red, No. 1||Y|
|5450||Beans, Small Red, No. 2||Y|
|5452||Beans, Small Red, No. 3||Y|
|5454||Beans, Small Red, Organic||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5456||Beans, Small Red, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5457||Beans, White Pea (Navy)||Y||Y||Y|
|5458||Beans, White Pea (Navy), No. 1||Y|
|5460||Beans, White Pea (Navy), No. 2||Y|
|5462||Beans, White Pea (Navy), No. 3||Y|
|5464||Beans, White Pea (Navy), Organic||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5466||Beans, White Pea (Navy), Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5468||Beans, Dry, Yellow Eye||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|6975||Beans, Green, Organic||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|6983||Beans, Snap, Fresh||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|7060||Peas, Green, Fresh||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|7087||Swiss Chard, Organic||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|7090||Tomatoes, Cherry, Greenhouse||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5350||Fababeans, No. 1||Y|
|5352||Fababeans, No. 2||Y|
|5354||Fababeans, No. 3||Y|
|5358||Fababeans, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5500||Peas, Dry, Feed||Y*||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5502||Peas, Dry, Feed, Organic||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5504||Peas, Dry, Food, Green, No. 1||Y*|
|5506||Peas, Dry, Food, Green, No. 2||Y*|
|5508||Peas, Dry, Food, Green, Organic||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5510||Peas, Dry, Food, Yellow, No. 1||Y*|
|5512||Peas, Dry, Food, Yellow, No. 2||Y*|
|5514||Peas, Dry, Food, Yellow, Organic||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5516||Peas, Dry, Maple||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5518||Peas, Dry, Marrowfat||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5520||Peas, Dry, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5553||Flax, Organic, Pedigreed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5554||Flax, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5834||Linola, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5566||Hay, Alfalfa, Organic||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5592||Grass, Wheat, Crested, Common Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5593||Grass, Wheat, Intermediate Common Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5594||Grass, Wheat, Slender Common Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5595||Grass, Wheat, Pubescent Common Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5596||Grass, Wheat, Crested, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5597||Grass, Wheat, Intermediate Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5598||Grass, Wheat, Slender Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5599||Grass, Wheat, Pubescent Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5600||Alfalfa, Common Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5602||Alfalfa, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5603||Alfalfa, Organic, Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5604||Bentgrass, Common Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5606||Bentgrass, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5608||Birdsfoot Trefoil, Common Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5610||Birdsfoot Trefoil, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5612||Blue Grama, Common Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5614||Blue Grama, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5615||Native, Sideoats Grama||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5619||Clover, Organic, Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5620||Clover, Alsike, Common Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5622||Clover, Alsike, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5624||Clover, Kura, Common Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5626||Clover, Kura, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5628||Clover, Other, Common Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5636||Clover, Sweet, Common Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5638||Clover, Sweet, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5640||Fescue, Meadow, Common Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5642||Fescue, Meadow, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5644||Fescue, Tall, Forage, Common Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5646||Fescue, Tall, Forage, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5648||Fescue, Tall, Turf, Common Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5650||Fescue, Tall, Turf, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5652||Fescues, Other, Common Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5656||Grass, Green Needle, Common Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5658||Grass, Green Needle, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5659||Native, Needle and Thread||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5660||Grass, Indian, Common Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5662||Grass, Indian, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5664||Grass, June, Common Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5666||Grass, June, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5668||Grass, Kentucky Blue, Common Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5670||Grass, Kentucky Blue, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5671||Grass, Fowl Blue||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5672||Grass, Orchard, Common Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5674||Grass, Orchard, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5676||Grass, Other, Common Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5680||Grass, Reed Canary, Common Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5682||Grass, Reed Canary, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5683||Native, Bluestem, Big||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5684||Grass, Switch, Common Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5685||Native, Bluestem, Little||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5686||Grass, Switch, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5687||Native, Prairie Sandreed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5688||Grass, Tufted Hair, Common Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5689||Native, Prairie Cordgrass||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5690||Grass, Tufted Hair, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5691||Native Wheatgrass, Western||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5693||Native Wheatgrass, Northern||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5695||Native Wheatgrass, Streambank||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5696||Milkevetch, Common Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5698||Milkevetch, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5700||Millet, Common Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5702||Millet, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5704||Rye Grass, Annual, Common Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5706||Rye Grass, Annual, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5708||Rye Grass, Perennial, Common Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5709||Rye Grass, Native, Canada Wild||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5714||Rye Grass, Perennial, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5716||Sainfoin, Common Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5718||Sainfoin, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5720||Timothy, Common Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5722||Timothy, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5723||Bromes, Smooth, Common Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5724||Bromes, Meadow, Common Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5725||Bromes, Smooth, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5726||Bromes, Meadow, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5729||Chickling Vetch, Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5731||Clover, Red, Common Seed, Single Cut||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5732||Clover, Red, Common Seed, Double Cut||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5733||Clover, Red, Pedigreed Seed, Single Cut||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5734||Clover, Red, Pedigreed Seed, Double Cut||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|4995||Grapes, (Planting Year)||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|4996||Grapes, (Non-Bearing Year)||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|4997||Grapes, (Year 1 of production)||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|4998||Grapes, (Year 2+ of production)||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5754||Hemp, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|6867||Echinacea, Root Harvested||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|6877||Ginseng, Root Harvested||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|6879||Ginseng, Establishment Stage||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|6896||St. Johns Wort||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|6941||Sod, Acres Seeded||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|6943||Sod, Acres Growing||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|6945||Sod, Acres Harvested||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|6951||Flowers, Fresh Cut||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|6952||Bedding Plants, Vegetables||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|6957||Raspberry Plants (Canes)||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|6960||Christmas Trees, (Establishment)||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|6961||Christmas Trees, (1st to 2nd years)||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|6962||Christmas Trees, (3rd to 5th years)||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|6963||Christmas Trees, (6th to 9th years)||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|6964||Christmas Trees, (9+ years)||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|6965||Christmas Trees, Natural Stand, Pre-Harvest||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|6966||Christmas Trees, Natural Stand, Harvested||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|7104||Perennials, 4 inch||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|7106||Perennials, 1 gallon, Indoor||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|7108||Perennials, 2 gallon, Indoor||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|7110||Perennials, 1 gallon, Field/Container||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|7112||Perennials, 2 gallon, Field/Container||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|7114||Trees and Shrubs, Plugs/Liners||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|7115||Trees and Shrubs, high value ball and burlap field stock||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|7116||Trees and Shrubs, 4 inch||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|7117||Trees and Shrubs, Ball and Burlap, Field Stock||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|7118||Trees and Shrubs, 1 gallon, Indoor||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|7120||Trees and Shrubs, 2 gallon, Indoor||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|7122||Trees and Shrubs, 5 gallon, Indoor||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|7124||Trees and Shrubs, 1 gallon, Field/Container||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|7126||Trees and Shrubs, 2 gallon, Field/Container||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|7128||Trees and Shrubs, 5 gallon, Field/Container||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|7129||Trees and Shrubs, Caliper, Field Stock||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|7130||Perennials, Potted, Indoor||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|7132||Perennials, Potted, Outdoor, Nursery||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|7134||Perennials, Rootstock, Field Grown||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5760||Lentils, Dark Green Speckled, Extra No. 3||Y*|
|5762||Lentils, Dark Green Speckled, No. 1||Y*|
|5764||Lentils, Dark Green Speckled, No. 2||Y*|
|5766||Lentils, Dark Green Speckled, No. 3||Y*|
|5768||Lentils, Dark Green Speckled, Organic||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5770||Lentils, Dark Green Speckled, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5772||Lentils, Large Green, Extra No. 3||Y*|
|5774||Lentils, Large Green, No. 1||Y*|
|5776||Lentils, Large Green, No. 2||Y*|
|5778||Lentils, Large Green, No. 3||Y*|
|5780||Lentils, Large Green, Organic||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5782||Lentils, Large Green, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5784||Lentils, Medium Green, Extra No. 3||Y*|
|5786||Lentils, Medium Green, No. 1||Y*|
|5788||Lentils, Medium Green, No. 2||Y*|
|5790||Lentils, Medium Green, No. 3||Y*|
|5792||Lentils, Medium Green, Organic||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5794||Lentils, Medium Green, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5796||Lentils, Red, Extra No. 3||Y*|
|5798||Lentils, Red, No. 1||Y*|
|5800||Lentils, Red, No. 2||Y*|
|5802||Lentils, Red, No. 3||Y*|
|5804||Lentils, Red, Organic||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5806||Lentils, Red, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5808||Lentils, Small Green, Extra No. 3||Y*|
|5810||Lentils, Small Green, No. 1||Y*|
|5812||Lentils, Small Green, No. 2||Y*|
|5814||Lentils, Small Green, No. 3||Y*|
|5816||Lentils, Small Green, Organic||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5818||Lentils, Small Green, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5822||Lentils, Black, Organic||Y|
|6931||Maple Syrup, Vacuum||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5850||Mustard, Brown, No. 1||Y*|
|5852||Mustard, Brown, No. 2||Y*|
|5854||Mustard, Brown, No. 3||Y*|
|5856||Mustard, Brown, No. 4||Y*|
|5858||Mustard, Brown, Organic||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5860||Mustard, Brown, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5862||Mustard, Oriental, No. 1||Y*|
|5864||Mustard, Oriental, No. 2||Y*|
|5866||Mustard, Oriental, No. 3||Y*|
|5868||Mustard, Oriental, No. 4||Y*|
|5870||Mustard, Oriental, Organic||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5872||Mustard, Oriental, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5876||Mustard, Yellow, No. 1||Y*|
|5878||Mustard, Yellow, No. 2||Y*|
|5880||Mustard, Yellow, No. 3||Y*|
|5882||Mustard, Yellow, No. 4||Y*|
|5884||Mustard, Yellow, Organic||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5886||Mustard, Yellow, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5903||Oats, Organic, Pedigreed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5904||Oats, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5074||Kamut, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5080||Quinoa, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5086||Spelt, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5544||Camelina, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5841||Mixed Grain, Organic||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5907||Screenings, All Crops||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5908||Screenings, All Crops, Organic||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|6938||Radish Seed, Fodder||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|6940||Radish Seed, Organic||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|7204||Potatoes, Elite 1||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|7206||Potatoes, Elite 2||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5912||Rye, Fall, Organic||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5914||Rye, Fall, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5918||Rye, Spring, Organic||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5920||Rye, Spring, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5930||Safflower, No. 1||Y|
|5934||Safflower, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5944||Soybeans, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5950||Sunflower, Confectionary, Birdseed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5952||Sunflower, Confectionary, No. 1||Y*|
|5954||Sunflower, Confectionary, No. 2||Y*|
|5958||Sunflower, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5960||Sunflowers, Oilseed, No. 1||Y*|
|5962||Sunflowers, Oilseed, No. 2||Y*|
|5974||Sunola, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|5984||Triticale, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|6001||Wheat, Feed (>=58 lbs./bu.)||Y*|
|6002||Wheat, Feed (52 lbs./bu. to 57 lbs./bu.)||Y*|
|6210||Wheat, CWAD, No. 1||Y*|
|6212||Wheat, CWAD, No. 2||Y*|
|6215||Wheat, CWAD, No. 3||Y*|
|6217||Wheat, CWAD, No. 4||Y|
|6235||Wheat, CWHWS, No. 1||Y|
|6242||Wheat, CWHWS, No. 2||Y|
|6245||Wheat, CWHWS, No. 3||Y|
|6255||Wheat, CWRS, No. 1||Y*|
|6262||Wheat, CWRS, No. 2||Y*|
|6270||Wheat, CWRS, No. 3||Y|
|6272||Wheat, CWRS, No. 4||Y|
|6295||Wheat, CNHR, No. 1||Y|
|6296||Wheat, CNHR, No. 2 & 3||Y|
|6495||Wheat, CWRW, Organic||Y|
|6500||Wheat, CWRW, Pedigreed Seed||Y|
|6726||Wheat, Feed, Organic||Y|
|6730||Wheat, CPS Red, Organic||Y|
|6735||Wheat, CPS Red, Pedigreed Seed||Y|
|6740||Wheat, CPS White, Organic||Y|
|6745||Wheat, CPS White, Pedigreed Seed||Y|
|6750||Wheat, CWAD , Organic||Y|
|6755||Wheat, CWAD , Pedigreed Seed||Y|
|6770||Wheat, CWES, Organic||Y|
|6775||Wheat, CWES, Pedigreed Seed||Y|
|6780||Wheat, CWRS, Organic||Y|
|6782||Wheat, CWRS, Organic, Pedigreed||Y|
|6785||Wheat, CWRS, Pedigreed Seed||Y|
|6790||Wheat, CWRWS, Organic||Y|
|6795||Wheat, CWRWS, Pedigreed Seed||Y|
|6800||Wheat, CWSWS, Organic||Y|
|6805||Wheat, CWSWS, Pedigreed Seed||Y|
|6810||Wheat, CWHWS, Organic||Y|
|6815||Wheat, CWHWS, Pedigreed Seed||Y|
|6825||Wheat, Pedigreed Seed||Y||Y||Y||Y|
Productive capacity list
This list is used to identify codes and the units required for reporting the production and/or productive capacity for “other” commodities not listed in section 4e) of the Interim Application.
|7602||Beeswax||Number of lbs produced||Nothing to report|
|7614||Honey bees||Number of lbs of honey produced||Number of hives producing|
|7618||Leaf Cutter Bees||Number of gallons of bees pollinating||Number of gallons of bees pollinating|
|7906||Bison||Number of animals born||Number of females that have birthed|
|7932||Feeder Bison (under 700 lbs)||Number of animal feed days||Number of animals fed|
|7934||Feeder Bison (over 701 lbs)||Number of animal feed days||Number of animals fed|
|7935||Bison, Custom Fed||Number of animal feed days||Number of animal feed days|
|8063||Cattle, Semen||Number of straws sold||Number of straws sold|
|8074||Purebred Cow/Calf||Number of calves born||Nothing to report|
|8130||Purebred Feeder Cattle (Under 900 lbs)||Number of animal feed days||Nothing to report|
|8132||Purebred Finished Cattle (Over 901 lbs)||Number of animal feed days||Nothing to report|
|8208||Dairy Calves||Number of calves born||Nothing to report|
|8268||Feeder Dairy Cattle (Under 900 lbs)||Number of animal feed days||Number of animals fed|
|8270||Finished Dairy Cattle (Over 901 lbs)||Number of animal feed days||Number of animals fed|
|8276||Purebred Dairy Calves||Number of calves born||Nothing to report|
|7510||Alpaca||Number of animals born||Number of females that have birthed|
|7518||Alpaca, Fibre||Number of lbs produced||Nothing to report|
|7560||Llama||Number of animals born||Number of females that have birthed|
|7568||Llama, Fibre||Number of lbs produced||Nothing to report|
|8425||Red Deer, Bulls Producing Velvet||Number of lbs produced||Number of bulls producing|
|8431||Red Deer, Semen||Number of straws sold||Number of straws sold|
|8435||Red Deer||Number of animals born||Number of females that have birthed|
|8506||Reindeer||Number of animals born||Number of females that have birthed|
|8856||Wild Boar, Finishers||Number of animal feed days||Number of animals fed|
|8860||Wild Boar||Number of animals born||Number of females that have birthed|
|8200||Dairy Quota, Butterfat||Number of kgs produced||Number of kgs of butterfat/day|
|8264||Dairy Quota, Milk||Number of hectoliters produced||Number of hectoliters of milk|
|8414||Deer||Number of animals born||Number of females that have birthed|
|8415||Deer, Feeders||Number of animal feed days||Number of animals fed|
|8419||Deer, Semen||Number of straws sold||Number of straws sold|
|8458||Elk||Number of animals born||Number of females that have birthed|
|8463||Elk, Custom Fed||Number of animal feed days||Number of animal feed days|
|8469||Elk, Semen||Number of straws sold||Number of straws sold|
|8472||Elk, Velvet Produced||Number of lbs produced||Number of bulls producing|
|8473||Elk, Feeders||Number of animal feed days||Number of animals fed|
|8910||Goats, Feeder||Number of animal feed days||Number of animals fed|
|8914||Goats||Number of animals born||Number of females that have birthed|
|8915||Goats, Custom Fed||Number of animal feed days||Number of animal feed days|
|8924||Purebred Goats||Number of animals born||Nothing to report|
|8465||Horses, Feeders||Number of animal feed days||Number of animals fed|
|8561||Horse, Semen||Number of straws sold||Number of straws sold|
|8564||Horse||Number of animals born||Number of females that have birthed|
|8572||Pregnant Mare Urine Produced (PMU)||Number of grams produced||Number of grams contracted|
|8580||Purebred Horse||Number of animals born||Nothing to report|
|7653||Custom Fed Chicken Pullets||Number of animals fed||Number of animals fed|
|7658||Chicken, Pullets||Number of animals fed||Number of animals fed|
|7702||Ducks, Broilers||Number sold||Number sold|
|7710||Ducks||Number hatched||Number of producing hens|
|7752||Geese, Broilers||Number sold||Number sold|
|7766||Geese||Number hatched||Number of producing hens|
|7793||Partridge, Broilers||Number sold||Number sold|
|7799||Partridge||Number hatched||Number of producing hens|
|7803||Pheasant, Ring Neck||Number hatched||Number of producing hens|
|7807||Pheasant, White||Number hatched||Number of producing hens|
|7811||Pheasant, Ring Neck, Broilers||Number sold||Number sold|
|7813||Pheasant, White, Broilers||Number sold||Number sold|
|7824||Squab||Number hatched||Number of producing hens|
|7866||Turkey||Number hatched||Number of producing hens|
|7888||Quail, Broilers||Number sold||Number sold|
|7894||Quail||Number hatched||Number of producing hens|
|8610||Chinchillas||Number of animals born||Number of females that have birthed|
|8639||Fox||Number of animals born||Number of females that have birthed|
|8664||Mink||Number of animals born||Number of females that have birthed|
|8689||Rabbits||Number of animals born||Number of females that have birthed|
|7731||Emu||Number hatched||Number of producing hens|
|7779||Ostrich||Number hatched||Number of producing hens|
|7829||Rheas||Number hatched||Number of producing hens|
|8925||Sheep, Feeders||Number of animal feed days||Number of animals fed|
|8964||Sheep||Number of animals born||Number of females that have birthed|
|8965||Sheep, Custom Fed||Number of animal feed days||Number of animal feed days|
|8974||Purebred Sheep||Number of animals born||Nothing to report|
|8978||Wool||Number of kgs produced||Nothing to report|
|8771||Hogs, Semen||Number of straws sold||Number of straws sold|
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