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Jul 23, 2019 | Crop Insurance

Grain Sorghum, on the other hand, is enjoying better ratings than recent past years.

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COMMON GROUND BLOG

Jul 23, 2019 | Crop Insurance

Crop Progress and Condition Remain a Challenge

Grain Sorghum, on the other hand, is enjoying better ratings than recent past years.

Jul 16, 2019 | Crop Insurance

Painfully Slow Crop Progress

With planting finally ended, producers now face a waiting game, with crop progress well behind normal and weather not entirely cooperating.

Jul 9, 2019 | Crop Insurance

Still a Story of Moisture and Slow Crop Development

A summary of moisture and crop conditions across the grain belt.

Jul 1, 2019 | Crop Insurance

Knee High by Fourth of July? Some Fields Yet to Sprout

Prevented-plant claims expected to pass $1 billion mark.

Jun 25, 2019 | Crop Insurance

Slightly Lower Condition Ratings Take Center Stage

Like corn, soybean condition has deteriorated some in the past week.

Jun 24, 2019 | Crop Insurance

Earlier Haying, Grazing and Chopping Allowed, RMA Says

This change does not change what is considered an approved cover crop.

LEARNING CENTER

Crop Insurance

Multi-county Enterprise Unit Endorsement

Contact your local FCSAmerica insurance agent to learn if the new MCEU would be advantageous to your operation.

Crop Insurance

Make the Most of your Revenue Insurance

Understanding how the right crop insurance and knowing your cost of production work together is critical.

Crop Insurance

Crop Insurance: Getting the Right Coverage

Learn why choosing a farm lender is important to getting the right crop insurance plan.

Crop Insurance

Crop Insurance & Grain Marketing: Are You Taking Advantage?

Crop insurance and marketing goals can work together to provide the best financial return.

Crop Insurance

Grain Marketing Survey: Midwest Farmer Practices

To shed some light on grain marketing practices, FCSAmerica commissioned a survey of more than 600 Corn Belt producers. The full report reveals insights into the tools and strategies of farmers who are satisfied with their grain marketing practices.

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