Farmers know that without crop insurance, a storm or drought could be devastating. All crop-producing farmers who want to safeguard their future in agriculture should consider investing in crop insurance. A Manry Rawls Crop Insurance Consultant can help guide you through the process.
You can choose the level of crop insurance coverage you need and decide how you want the policy structured. Specific insurance plans include:
As a farmer, you'll realize many benefits of crop insurance, including:
Congress subsidizes the cost of buying crop insurance and several states provide state-funded premium subsidies. Rates depend on your needs, risk tolerance, insurance plans, production, and location. A Manry Rawls Crop Insurance Consultant will work with you to customize a plan that ensures the best risk management for your operation.
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