Yes, I have other ideas. For example, a rebate could be provided on the crop insurance contribution. The government could then pay the administration costs for the AgriStability program. In terms of AgriInvest, the government could ensure that farmers wouldn't need to make their contribution in order to obtain the matching contribution.
In short, anything that affects cash flow, such as rebates on the contribution or on administration costs, can work. In Quebec, we have a 25% rebate. This works, and the figure could be used as a reference. However, the government must take care of this.