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Farm Implement Dealer Licensing

 
 
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Licence Information
 
 
 

Agency:

Farm Implement Act Administration Farmers' Advocate Office
Alberta Agriculture and Forestry

For Further Information Contact:

Tel: 310-3276 Fax: 780-427-3913
Web: http://www.farmersadvocate.gov.ab.ca
 
Downloadable Forms
Dealer Licence - Fillable PDF 140K
 

 
Licence Details
 
 
  The Alberta Farm Implement Act and regulation is administered by the Farmers' Advocate Office (FAO).

Under this Act, anyone carrying on a business as a farm implement dealer must hold a dealer's licence. These licences are issued annually. Dealers must pay a licence fee to the Government of Alberta and an annual levy to the Farm Implement Compensation Fund. The Farm Implement Board determines the levy based on the number of claims paid out of the compensation fund during the previous year.

Dealing with licensed dealers provides farmers with financial and legal security when purchasing equipment.
Farmers may verify if a company is licensed to carry on a business as a farm implement dealer by contacting the Farmers' Advocate Office.

Farm Implement Act Administration
Farmers' Advocate Office
J.G. O’Donoghue Building
7000 – 113 Street, Edmonton AB T6H 5T6
Telephone: 310-FARM (3276)
Fax: (780) 427-3913

 
 
 
 
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Last Reviewed/Revised on February 14, 2017.