Know What's In Your Grain Contract Page ContentGrain contracts are common marketing tools when selling and delivering canola. With various contracts available to farmers, the terms and conditions vary between buyers, therefore making a direct comparison of their legal nature a challenge.Knowing what's in (and what's not in) your grain contract is critical to maximizing canola's profitability. Check out CCGA's Practical Guide to Navigate Grain Contracts to learn about common contract features, sample clauses, and practical advice to negotiate and manage contract risk. A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO NAVIGATING GRAIN CONTRACTSBetter understand contract negotiation, interpretation, and obligations in CCGA's contract guide. It includes sample contract clauses from major grain buyers and summarizes what to look for and important questions to ask.Download a free version by clicking the image below:WANT TO KNOW MORE?CCGA hosted lawyers from Darcy and Deacon LLP for a practical session on grain contracts. Watch the recording here. Get answers to farmers' top five questions regarding contract defaults and cancellations in CCGA's Hub post. The 2021 growing season tested farmers' resilience prairie-wide and left many with tough decisions on the state of their crop. Read CCGA's Hub Post, Drought have you concerned about contract shortfalls?As of August 2014, all grain marketing contracts with a stipulated time frame must contain a provision to compensate farmers for grain not accepted within the defined delivery terms.Short situation - as part of an ongoing initiative to help farmers get the best value for their crop, CCGA investigated possible options for farmers who are short or unable to fill their contracts.