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Cash Advance from CCGA

The Canadian Canola Growers Association (CCGA) is the largest and most experienced Advance Payments Program administrator ​in Canada and strives to make the program as convenient as possible.

Navigating Grain Contracts

Better understand contract negotiation, interpretation, and obligations in CCGA’s contract guide. It includes sample contract clauses from major grain buye​rs and summarizes what to look for and important questions to ask.

Delivery Eligibility Declaration Questions and Answers

Answers to frequently asked questions regarding grains requiring a declaration, declaration form applicability, and declaration for content and use.

Harvest Sample Program

The Harvest Sample Program is a voluntary program for Canadian grain producers. When you sign up, you’ll receive a Harvest Sample kit annually that contains envelopes for sending in samples of your crop at no cost to you.

Request a Final Quality Determination

If you disagree with a licensed primary elevator’s assessment of your grain, you have the right to ask for a Final Quality Determination from the Canadian Grain Commission.

Know Your Colours

Understanding the tools and processes used to assess distinctly green and heated seeds can help with harvest timing and storage.

Know Your Grade

Empowering farmers to maximize their canola profitability. Grade and dockage directly affect your bottom line, while producer rights and grain contracts directly impact canola sales and deliveries.

Know Your Grade to Boost Your Bottom Line

The grade & dockage you receive for your canola directly affects your bottom line. CCGA provides an overview of what you need to know to get the most vale from your canola when you deliver it.

Licensed Grain Companies

This list includes all grain companies that are licensed as a primary elevator, process elevator, terminal elevator or grain dealer. It is updated whenever a company’s license changes.

Official Grain Grading Guide

The Official Grain Grading Guide is a complete reference on the grading of grains, oilseeds and pulses.