- MASC provides insurance for three types of corn in Manitoba: grain, open pollinated, and silage corn.
- Insurance for grain corn, open pollinated corn, and silage corn is available to producers who grow a minimum of five acres of corn in Manitoba.
- All hybrid varieties of grain corn and silage corn are eligible for AgriInsurance coverage. All open pollinated corn varieties are eligible for AgriInsurance coverage.
- All hybrid varieties of grain corn and open pollinated corn varieties are eligible for coverage as silage corn. Hybrid silage corn and open pollinated silage corn will be combined for claim purposes, but not for coverage.
- March 31 is the last day to apply for or make changes to an MASC AgriInsurance contract.
- Producers can choose from three coverage levels: , , or per cent of their probable yield, or Crop Coverage Plus (CCP) that provides up to per cent coverage (excluding silage). Grain corn probable yields are calculated by the producer’s individual -year historical yields (a -year provincial average is used for new producers). Silage corn uses the individual productivity indexing (IPI) method, which calculates probable yields using a producer’s own -year individual yield history compared to the area yields of similar soil types and risk areas in order to stabilize year-to-year variability.
- Corn is insurable in all regions of the province. Areas outside of designated Grain Corn Insurance areas fall within the "Insurance Test Area" and have no extended seeding period.
- June 30 is the last day to file a Seeded Acreage Report (SAR).
- November 30 is the last day to file a Harvested Production Report (HPR) and register a post-harvest claim without penalty.
- AgriInsurance premiums for corn production are shared per cent by the producer, per cent by the Government of Canada, and per cent by the Province of Manitoba.