Levy Central - History
History

History of Levy Central

Levy Central began with one producer organization in 1991 and steadily expanded to take on the agricultural levy collection for other agricultural organizations. The collection of agricultural levies has been the core business of Levy Central for over 23 years. In 2013-2014, Levy Central collected over $17 million from 158 buyers which represented grain delivered by over 106,000 agricultural producers. The solid foundation of the Levy Central program is largely due to the high quality of these core services, our stellar reputation with existing clients, and our proven track record of expedient and efficient service.


Why was Levy Central created?

Levy Central was initially created to assist Canadian agricultural organizations with the important task of accurately recording and collecting agricultural levy check-off. We are committed to ensuring that the maximum check-off levy is collected following each of our client partner's unique Regulatory requirements and we pledge to do so in the most efficient and cost-effective manner possible. Over time, other professional services have been added to meet client requirements and requests.

While we are undertaking these services for you, you can continue to expend your energies where they are most effective – increasing profitability for your producers through research and development and the promotion and marketing of your commodities.


Where is Levy Central located?

Levy Central is located in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, in the heart of Canada's agricultural cropland.


Who does Levy Central serve?

Currently, Levy Central collects 13 separate agricultural check-off levies for 12 Western Canadian producer organizations. Our current client partner producer organizations are listed here.

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