If you grow and sell crops for a living, you also know that a lot can go wrong. And most of it is beyond your control. The weather, price and the demands of the market are remarkably fickle things that can quickly ruin your farm.
To protect yourself, you probably already know that you need Crop Insurance. Between drought, insects, disease and frost, the risks of not having insurance are too great. What you may not know is that new options exist!
Today’s Crop Insurance is a rock-solid risk management tool where you can choose which crops to insure and to what level. Crop Insurance allows you to protect your livelihood and avoid some of the nasty changes in the marketplace.
For example, through flexible Crop Insurance plans, you can:
- Choose what percent of your crop yield you would like to protect
- You can also select what percentage of the predicted market price you’d like to make sure you receive
- If you have multiple crops, you can choose an Adjusted Gross Revenue (AGR available in Oregon only) plan to protect the revenue of the entire farm and not just an individual crop
Crop Insurance can be complicated and confusing. We are here to simplify it for you. However, there are many dates and deadlines that must be met, so please don’t wait to give us a call or visit us. Our Crop Insurance Policies are served statewide
For more information please visit – http://www.rma.usda.gov/policies/
Here are just a few examples of commodities eligible for crop insurance:
- Wheat Crop Insurance
- Barley Crop Insurance
- Alfalfa Crop Insurance
- Potato Crop Insurance
- Onion Crop Insurance
- Mint Crop Insurance
- Grape Crop Insurance
- Perennial Crop Insurance
Mutli Peril Crop Insurance Policies that are available include:
- Actual Production History
- Revenue Protection
- Yield Protection
Monte Johnson Insurance Services Inc.
At Monte Johnson Insurance our friendly and experienced Crop Insurance experts are ready to help you assess your needs and make sure you’re protected with an affordable Crop Insurance policy. We have offices in California and Oregon and service both states in entirety.