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Severe late August storms damage crops across Western Canada

A series of severe storms produced hail as large as golf balls, high wind and a tornadic event that damaged crops across Western Canada, according to the Canadian Crop Hail Association.

Growers report minor storm damage as harvest continues across Western Canada

Harvest continues across Western Canada with growers reporting minor storm damage and insurance adjusters moving quickly to finalize claims, according to the Canadian Crop Hail Association.

Storms damage crops as harvest continues

Storms damaged crops across much of Western Canada as harvest continues, according to the Canadian Crop Hail Association. The association is urging farmers to leave enough damaged crops in the field to allow adjusters to process claims.

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The Canadian Crop Hail Association (CCHA) has been serving the crop insurance industry since 1915. It is a member-driven organization that represents the interests of the Canadian Crop Hail managing general agencies and insurance companies. Our companies service agriculture producers in the western prairies. These private and government organizations together provide a risk management tool to the Western Canadian prairie farmer.

Members are Additional Municipal Hail Ltd. (Saskatchewan), Ag Direct Hail Insurance Ltd, Agriculture Financial Services Corporation (Alberta), Canadian Hail Agencies Inc, Co-operative Hail Insurance Company, Manitoba Agricultural Services Corporation Rain and Hail Insurance Service Ltd., New Brunswick Agricultural Insurance Commission and Palliser Insurance Company Ltd.

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