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Fsa. Question. Which farm program are you signing up for this this year ***. Or PLC
The Agriculture Risk Coverage (ARC) and Price Loss Coverage (PLC) programs were authorized by the 2014 and 2018 Farm Bills.
If corn is 3.70 or over for a avg. you will not get a payment on plc so I guess you have to look at the avg. price over the past 3 years it ...More
plc is the only thing we have ever gotten paid on. Most of our wheat acers are in arc gotten 1payment. We have a few in plc have been paid...More
Most are taking plc corn arc on beans .. but if you had any preventive planting you better stay with arc-co because it's will pay you but yo...More
PLC for corn, ARC for soybeans
Plc is the way we go. We had our annual meeting and our insurance agent recommends that we get PLC through FSA and get supplement coverage t...More
Supplemental Coverage Option. You can purchase it from your crop insurance agent on farms not enrolled in ARC. It is based on the county, no...More
What do you mean by supplement coverage? I'm not sure if I've heard of that in this context but it sounds interesting.
In our area being mostly irrigated PLC was a fairly easy choice. With there being a low likelihood of the county yield being effected by d...More
Harvest is over. Any additional thoughts?
Off topic but is any one going to signup for margin protection insurance?
Yes if your talking Global Ag, best insurance protection out there. It grows as you put more inputs into your crop. And the premium stays ...More
NAP because you silly Midwestern farmers trapped with those corn and beans getting 20 dollars an acre is a joke. *** peanuts, ARC the rest. ...More
Alcohol was involved!!!!!
Sense please. If there is any
Not sure but in Ohio arc-county was the way to go. But plc deserves a look because crop prices are so far down. Tough call
Kansas State and Oklahoma State have been working on a decision model. Their best advice now is not to get in a hurry to sign up. You hav...More
They finally have this released. I haven't played around with it yet though.
We left plenty on the table also so I changed to PLC.
We have been ARC for the lest few years but up at the FSA the other figure we left 6 figures on the table... :(((
Not seeing a benefit to switch from PLC to ARC for us. Probably stick with it but will run the numbers and see.
I’ve been ARC since it started, but I’m switching to PLC with this signup because I went with SCO option on insurance
We are doing the exact same thing. Estimate numbers are out for PLC and we would max out, so it's hard not to go for that program.