Are there any other operations steering away from crop insurance ? Thoughts ?
The derecho across the mid-west, particularly Iowa, about three weeks ago, should be attention-getting. I was on the edge of it and had 15...More
Been farming for just 5 years, am setting up to collect on three out of the 5. My dad farmed for over 30 collected once, maybe twice. The ri...More
I I drove across Highway 30 that week it happened and it was bad,Sorry for what you guys have to put up with this fall.
Unbelievable hardship you guys are facing down there
My farm is in ND and I went with GARS. It cost me 5 dollars more in premium but I gained 30 dollars of coverage right off the bat. Then th...More
We farm in north central IL and have a fairly diverse geography and are well capitalized. Thus we self-insure against hail/wind and that has...More
We have some very innovative solutions at FBN for those who need to control insurance costs.
We sat down with FBN Insurance in Omaha and came up with different plans that saved us about 60% on your insurance. We are covered for catas...More
We use revenue protection insurance. Our banks accept it as collateral. Which is great if you are starting out and don't have the equity bui...More
If my bank didn't require it (of course they also sell it) I wouldn't have it. In the 10 years since purchasing the farm from my parents I a...More
I hear what you're saying,we installed pivot irritation on my risk acres I will never forget what my agent said to me. This is really great ...More
I have not had any insurance for at least 15years I feel our acres are spread out enough to take the risk. What I used to spend on insuranc...More
If you are totally self financed and accept the risk, why spend the money. It has been my observation that the ones who heavily invest in in...More
I live in Northern North Dakota here in hail country and i would never steer away from crop insurance. The couple thousand dollars i have to...More