Pasture, Rangeland, & Forage Insurance From FBN®
How PRF Insurance Works
NOAA Sourced Data
The program uses weather data collected by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to determine rainfall levels for the various 2-month index intervals. When the final grid index falls below the insured’s coverage level, an indemnity is triggered for the 2-month index interval.
Your FBN agent will work with you to tailor the coverage to best fit your specific needs. You can cover all or a portion of your acreage, allowing flexibility in your risk management plan, and set both the percentage of coverage and the amount you expect to produce relative to your peers.
You can decide which grid and index interval you want to insure. Additionally, PRF is an area insurance plan and does not measure, capture, or use any actual crop production, so there is no loss adjustment to determine the final indemnity.
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Connect With An Agent
Talk to a FBN representative about the PRF insurance program today. Or call (877) 204-4645.