Producers with Crop Insurance to Receive Premium Benefit for Cover Crops
New Pandemic Cover Crop Program
Helps Producers Continue Cover Crop Systems
Acreage must reported to USDA's Farm Service Agency (FSA), by June 15 to qualify.
Attention: March 15, 2021 is the sales closing/policy change date for Corn & Soybeans.
Do you have a Claim?
It is the insureds responsibility to report a suspected loss. When you sustain a loss you must report the suspected loss to our agency within 72 hours of discovery of damage or no later than 15 days after the end of the insurance period. We will then submit the Notice of Loss to the insurance company.
Turn your claims in early so that an adjuster can be assigned and ready when you are done harvesting!
Chopping Corn for Silage? A Silage Appraisal is Required
If you will be chopping any corn for silage please call us to report a silage appraisal if you have not done so already. A two-week notice is helpful.
All corn that is chopped for silage needs to be appraised by a company adjuster for a dry bushel yield. The dry bushel yield will be used in your Actual Production History (APH) for any field that is chopped.
The same goes for any corn that will be shelled above 30% moisture or any soybeans that will be harvested or destroyed for any reason before mature dry harvest.