TERMS & CONDITIONS
By applying for a BC Farmer Identity Card, the Primary Cardholder and all Authorized Cardholders agree to abide by the Terms and Conditions.
Also "Primary cardholder".
The individual who is the original applicant of a Primary Card and is a qualified farmer as defined by the Province of British Columbia.
Authorized cardholders are designated personnel on the Issue Date of the Primary cardholder for the expressed purpose of making farm purchases.
as defined by the Province of British Columbia.
A B.C. agricultural organization or producer association that has paid membership fees to the B.C. Agriculture Council and is in good standing.
All Authorized Cards will bear the same expiry date as the associated Primary Card.
The BC Farm Classification Card is NOT transferrable. Each card is unique to the Primary cardholder and/or individual Authorized Users. Should the Primary cardholder or Authorized User no longer need their card, the card must be returned to the BCAC office to protect the individual's information on the cards. Should a new employee require an Authorized User card, the Primary cardholder may request a new card at the regular fee plus applicable taxes.
All expired BC Farm Classification Cards must be returned to the B.C. Agriculture Council office. This is intended to protect the individual's information on the cards. The expired cards will be destroyed appropriately and permanently. The Primary cardholder may renew his/her card and any associated Authorized cards.
You are entitled to a full refund if you contact the B.C. Agriculture Council office within ten (10) days of the payment being made, which will be within ten (10) days of the date when the original application was received by the B.C. Agriculture Council office.
SHIPPING AND DELIVERY
BC Farmer Identity Cards will be issued upon application acceptance, verification of qualified farm status and when payment is processed. The BC Farmer Identity Cards will be sent to the mailing address provided with the application.