A CGC spokeperson says the size of NSGL's security bond was too small to ensure full compensation to all eligible claimants. Farmers who sold grain to Naber Specialty Grains will likely receive 10 to 15 percent of what they were owed. | WP photo illustration

Compensation from failed firm likely small

Farmers who sold grain to a bankrupt elevator company and were never paid will likely receive 10 to 15 percent of what they were owed. Naber Specialty Grains Ltd. (NSGL) of Melfort, Sask., was placed in receivership last year. The company had posted a $150,000 security bond with the Can-adian Grain Commission before it ran […] Read more

A CGC spokeperson says the size of NSGL's security bond was too small to ensure full compensation to all eligible claimants. Farmers who sold grain to Naber Specialty Grains will likely receive 10 to 15 percent of what they were owed. | WP photo illustration

NSGL file referred to RCMP, says grain commisison

Farmers who sold grain to a bankrupt elevator company and were never paid will likely receive 10 to 15 percent of what they were owed. Naber Specialty Grains Ltd. (NSGL) of Melfort, Sask., was placed in receivership last year. The company had posted a $150,000 security bond with the Canadian Grain Commission before it ran […] Read more