This year's drought has left some producers without enough grain to fulfil their contracts with buyers.

Keystone Agricultural Producers (KAP) President Bill Campbell is encouraging farmers to talk directly with their grain buyers.

"That's what we had established early on, is that the grain producer and the grain terminal be open and transparent and talk to one another so that there can be make sure that there is that continual good relationship because moving forward and next year, we still need to be able to have good reliable grain transportation and grain purchasing agreements. We need to have that strong relationship."

KAP is planning to host a Crop Marketing Seminar to help producers understand their options and obligations.