Crop Insurance is evolving, is your agent keeping up? Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on the products below.
Federal Crop Insurance provides farmers with subsidized yield and revenue protection against most weather related causes of loss, as well as insect damage, plant disease, wildlife destruction and more! Federal Products include:
- Revenue Protection
- Yield Protection
- Actual Production History
- Whole Farm Revenue Protection
- Dairy Revenue Protection
- Livestock Gross Margin
- Dollar Plan
- Supplemental Coverage
- Pasture, Rangeland, and Forage- Rainfall Index
- Some add on benefits:
- Prevent Plant Coverage
- Replant Coverage
- Yield Adjustment, Yield Exclusion, Yield Cup, and Trend Adjusted Yield
- Unit Structures:
- Enterprise Units- Group all of your FSA Farm Numbers together and save money
- Optional Units- Keep all of your FSA Farm Numbers separate and collect claims on individual farms.
- Multi-County Enterprise Unit- If you farm in two or more counties but only qualify for Enterprise Units in one county, you can group the one farm in the other county into your existing Enterprise Unit and save money.
Private Insurance Products Include:
- Revenue Accelerator Max Protection (RAMP)– Add more value to your crop insurance and stack that protection at the top half of your bushels which are most vulnerable to loss.
- Production Cost Insurance (PCI)– What if you could have a 100% guaranteed return on your actual costs of seed – fertilizer – chemical? PCI is your answer!
- Hail Coverage– Covers for hail damage, fire, coverage while in transit to first place of storage, and coverage while in your own storage.
- Wind Coverage– Pays for unrecoverable ears due to excess wind, can even add on coverage for extra harvest expense.
- Replant Premier and/or Replant Option– Additional replant coverage, coverage for early planting, pays for the first acre replanted.
- Hail, Wind, and Replant Bundle
- Rain Select– Cover against lack of rainfall or excessive rainfall.
- Heat Select– Cover against damage degree units due to heat stress around pollination.
Additional Services Provided:
- Grain Marketing Services- Daily grain marketing call, daily grain marketing outlook email, and Third Thursday Marketing Webinar Meetings.
- Precision Crop Insurance Solutions- Use your precision farming data for required crop reporting and claims, providing a seamless experience from accurate data collection to claims settlement and everything in between.
- Map Books and record keeping- Complimentary map books for acreage report accuracy and field work record keeping.
- The Optimizer- Is your unit structure profitable? Let us run your production history through the Optimizer and see which plan is right for you!
Once again, crop insurance is evolving, is your current risk management adviser keeping up? Morrissey Insurance is, so what are you waiting for, give us a call or email email@example.com for more information.
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- Contact information
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