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Report your yield

Don't wait for the deadline – the sooner you report, the sooner we can get the claims process started if you are eligible. 

Options for reporting your yield

Call or email to report your yield

Call us at 1-888-247-4999 or send an email to [email protected]. Have the following information on hand if calling, or include the following in your email message:  

  • Agricorp ID
  • Commodity you are reporting the yield for
  • Grade (if applicable)
  • Total dry yield by grade 
  • Date you finished harvesting (YYYY/MM/DD)
  • Number of acres you planted
  • Number of acres you harvested
  • If you experienced a loss, what was the cause of the loss and when did the loss occur?

For crops stored on farm:

  • Do you store more than 25% of your crop on farm? (Y/N)
  • What is the test weight of your stored crop? If you don't know the test weight, we will use the standard test weight unless you can provide your test weight within 10 business days. A test weight is not required for:
    • Yield reported as a weight (e.g., mt, kg, lb)
    • Dry net yield that has been sold or is at the elevator

For corn, coloured and white beans, popping corn, soybeans, sunflowers, honey, or flue-cured tobacco:

  • If you grow corn? is any of your yield at a DON level of 3 ppm or more?
  • If you're eligible for a claim payment, do you want to defer the payment? (Y/N)

For spring grains:

  • Are you growing barley, oats, or mixed grains?

Complete a worksheet to report your yield

Download and complete the worksheet for your commodity.   

More resources

Instructions for Winter wheat, organic winter wheat and winter spelt

Instructions for Canola, mustard, spring grains and spring wheat

Instructions for Corn, soybeans, white beans, coloured beans and sunflowers

Send your completed worksheet to Agricorp using one of these methods:

  • Email:[email protected]
  • Fax: 519-826-4118
  • Mail:
  • Agricorp
  • PO Box 3660 Station Central
  • Guelph ON N1H 8M4       

Deadlines for reporting your yield

winter wheat, organic winter wheat, organic winter spelt
September 1
barley, canola, flax, mustard, oats, spring grains, spring wheat
October 31
edible beans, corn, popping corn, soybeans, sunflowers, honey, flue-cured tobacco
December 15
What happens after you report your yield

Agricorp adds your reported yield to your customer file and uses it to calculate your average farm yield. Your reported yield also triggers the claim process if your yield falls below your guaranteed production.

Agricorp may contact you if additional information is required. 

What happens if your harvest is delayed

If your harvest is delayed and you won't make the deadline, call Agricorp to report a partial yield and keep your coverage up to date. 

If you don't report your yield by the deadline, a substitute yield is applied as follows:

  • The first time you don't report your yield by the deadline, your full average farm yield (AFY) is used as a substitute yield.
  • The second time you don't report your yield by the deadline, 75% of your AFY is used as a substitute yield.
  • The third and subsequent times you don't report your yield by the deadline within a 3-year period, 50% of your AFY is used as a substitute yield.

Landlord/sharecropper arrangements

For landlord/sharecropper arrangements, both parties need to report their yields separately. If both parties are insured, the sharecropper may report yield on behalf of the landlord, but both parties may need to sign any required forms.

Call us if:

  • Your harvested acres are different than your planted acres
  • Your crop is grade 3, feed grade, or sample grade
  • You had acres that were green chopped or harvested for feed
  • You had germination issues or crop that was downgraded to conventional (pedigreed seed crops only)
  • You grow tofu, natto, or specialty soybeans
  • The moisture content of your soybeans is above 16%
  • The business structure of your farm has changed over the past year