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NE Corn Growers Nov 2
Recent years have seen significant cuts to the farm safety net, making even more critical to .
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NCIS Nov 6
“Programs like …are essential to maintain a stable and secure food system."
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CIRB Nov 3
provides certainty to against unforeseen factors that cause crop failure.
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FBMarketIntel Nov 1
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NE Corn Growers 7h
DYK payments typically come within 30 days? Ad hoc disaster assistance often takes years after a loss.
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NCIS Oct 27
“ I would take a better crop than a payment every time."
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NCIS 13h
Looking for a good primer on how works? We've got you covered.
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CIRB Oct 25
4 million acres of cropland were covered by in 2016, not including livestock policies.
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Mike Raine Oct 25
Six weeks later, back to combining. Flax is ok for a drought.
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NCIS Nov 2
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CIRB Nov 8
. is critical in Indiana. Thank you for meeting to talk about this important issue!
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NCIS Oct 31
It is very misleading to call federal a hand-out.
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Rebekah Beasley Nov 13
Same office that first taught me about risk management in agriculture!
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Insurance4Crops Oct 24
Thanks for the great visit today . Together we can improve and strengthen Agriculture, and Crop Insurance.
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Jeannine Otto Nov 9
Replying to @LtoG
You can't. I always think that if anyone is monitoring my Google searches, they must be going insane or laughing like crazy.
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DREW JENSEN Oct 26
Going to be a windy one again today, Time to see what your wind insurance is made of.
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Dane.Stayton Oct 31
Harvest prices are $3.49 & $9.75. 85% RP Corn trigger yields are 96.4% of APH
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Lindsey Rinkenberger Nov 7
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ProAg ® 8h
2018 RMA Fact Sheet for Apples in Minnesota and Wisconsin Contact your trusted ProAg agent for more information.
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Farm Credit System 11h
From a six-year drought, to hail, to an invasive jackrabbit population, New Mexico farmer Willie Hernandez faces plenty of perils. helps him manage those risks. His story:
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