There's no doubt about it, crop insurance can be a vital tool in preserving and
guaranteeing income on your farm. We've always worked with members to help offset
market risk. National Farmers Crop Insurance is another tool that can help you lower
your risk and grow your profitability.
National Farmers Crop Insurance rates are the same as all other agency rates. The
difference is working with agents that understand the needs of National Farmers
member producers. And, when you buy through National Farmers, you help grow your
- • National Farmers agents will explain the different levels of protection
and how they can work for your farm
- • Our agents can help you select from several policies that may
fit your operation
- • Many lending institutions now require crop insurance...make sure
you talk with National Farmers agents to purchase the right policies for you
- • Insurance policies are available for forages and pastures in some
- • Switching to National Farmers Crop Insurance only takes one signature
- • National Farmers Grain Marketing Plus representatives can help
you earn higher farm income when you purchase the correct revenue insurance for
- • Premiums are subsidized and regulated by the federal government
giving you the comfort of knowing all policies and costs are the same no matter
who you buy from. BUT, when you buy through National Farmers, you are helping to
grow your farm organization
- • March 15 is the deadline for corn, soybeans and milo
National Farmers agents have been working with members for many years, and would
like to help you with your crop insurance needs.
Contact: Mike Kleaving @ 812.719.6736
Contact: Corey Ertl @ 715.437.0238
Contact: Al Smith @ 515.306.0275
Contact: Chris Webb @ 765.426.7134
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