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The local supervisors monthly report is a report to the provincial supervisor with a copy to the lender. This report is a monthly inventory showing the number of animals at the beginning of the month, number purchased, sold, died and released. Also included is the end of month inventory along with as estimated market value and the assurance deposit for every member.
The local supervisors monthly report is a report to the provincial supervisor with a copy to the lender. This report is a monthly inventory showing the number of animals at the beginning of the month, number purchased, sold, died and released. Also included is the end of month inventory along with as estimated market value and the assurance deposit for every member.
The Membership/Loan Increase Application Form is to be used when: 1. An existing member wishes to increase the loan limit on their behalf; 2. An existing member under one option wishes to become a member under the other option; or, 3. A new member is added.
Authorization of the provincial supervisor is required if a Power of Attorney Form other than those provide by the Livestock Loan Guarantee Program is being considered. A separate Power of attorney Form is required for each option, if a member is granting Power of Attorney to cover purchases under both options.
An authorization of the provincial supervisor is required if a Power of Attorney Form other than those provided by the Livestock Loan Guarantee Program is being considered. A separate Power of Attorney Form is required for each option, if a member is granting Power of attorney to cover purchases under both options.
The Replacement of Breeding Stock Forms are used in the event of the culling or death of breeding stock covered by the loan guarantee. If an animal is culled or dies, the association will require the breeder to: a) replace the breeding stock with one of equivalent value and continue making payments as arranged; or b) pay out the prorated amount of the loan for the breeding stock that has been culled or died on the due date of the loan unless the lender and/or the board require payment to be made earlier.
The Custom Feeding Receipt and Waiver Form must be filled out and signed on a monthly basis if any member of an association has their animals in a custom feedlot or custom pasture unless a Long Term Custom Feed Agreement Form is completed (see form SF2.1).
The Long Term Custom Feeding Agreement Form must be completed in advance of custom feeding. This provision is an option to paying custom feeding charges on a monthly basis. If custom feeding charges are to be paid monthly please use Form SF2.
The Extension Application (Feeder Option) is a request by the member who wishes to have an extension for advance taken on his behalf. This application is made to the Board of Directors of the association and is limited to a maximum of two months beyond the due date. Extensions will not be granted because more time is needed for bred ewe lambs to lamb. New purchases cannot be made on behalf of a member when an advance is overdue or when an extension to the due date of an existing advance has been provided.
The Sheep Extension Application (Breeder Option) is a request by the member who wishes to have an extension for the annual payment that is due on the Breeder loan taken on his behalf. The application is made to the Board of Directors of the association and is limited to a maximum of three months beyond the due date.
The Guarantee Application is an application made by an association to the Government of Saskatchewan requesting a guarantee be provided to their lender on loans taken out for the purpose of purchasing feeder animals.
The Guarantee Application is an application made by an association to the Government of Saskatchewan requesting a guarantee be provided to their lender on loans taken out for the purpose of purchasing breeding stock.
The local supervisor must submit a completed yearly inventory report to the provincial supervisor and the lender by June 15. A physical inspection is necessary to confirm number of ewes, number of lambs and that the lambs have been marked and tagged with the association mark and eartag.


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