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SCA's PLAN REGULATIONS

Saskatchewan producers and livestock dealers have been paying a provincial and federal levy since April 2012. The levy or check-off, as it is also known, is collected by SCA on the sale of cattle in Saskatchewan.


​The $4.50 check-off is used to finance the operations of SCA and to help achieve the objectives outlined in the National Beef Strategy. Of the $4.50 collected $2.50 is a non-refundable national levy paid to the Canadian Beef Cattle Check-Off agency and the remaining $2.00 funds the SCA’s operations including research, advocacy and communications.

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What is the National Check-Off

The national check-off is a mandatory levy of $2.50 per head collected on cattle sales to fund research and marketing activities on behalf of the entire industry.

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How much do producers pay?

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