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Most farmers assume they can elect to defer these proceeds to 2021. But you must follow certain rules to qualify.
Can Crop Insurance & WHIP+ Payments be Deferred to 2021?

Most farmers assume they can elect to defer these proceeds to 2021. But you must follow certain rules to qualify.

Drones Slash Crop Insurance Adjuster Time, Boost Confidence

RCIS did side by side comparisons of an adjuster using traditional methods and an adjuster supplementing their methods with a drone. On certain claims, the company saw a times savings as high as 66%.

Derecho Fields, It’s Time to Walk Away from the Crops

Farmers in the path of the derecho storm need to cut their losses and just work with insurance companies to avoid further heartache.

Evil Grain: The Wild Tale of History’s Biggest Crop Insurance Scam

One of the most devastating crop insurance frauds in history allowed willing farmers to collect on fake claims and sell hidden yields. At a minimum, $100 million was stolen at all levels of the agriculture industry.

USDA Loosens Certain Crop Insurance Criteria

The USDA Risk Management Agency (RMA) is providing remote assistance and additional flexibilities for farmers and ranchers. The agency says this is in response to the coronavirus pandemic sweeping the nation.

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Farmer on River Bottoms: "If I Can't Get Insurance, I Won't Farm It"

Concerns about wet crops and wet fields are not stopping in Iowa. Farmers in river towns are worried crop insurance will make ground uninsurable because it may cost so much, especially if the levees are not fixed soon.

Harvest Delays? Contact Insurance Agent to Ensure You’re Covered

With major harvest delays in many parts of the country, USDA is advising farmers with Federal crop insurance to reach out to their AIP right away to file a Notice of Loss and request more time to finish harvest.

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