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Multi-Peril Crop Insurance
Our product line includes the full range of Multi-Peril Crop Insurance (MPCI) and FCIC-backed plans, including Yield Protection, Revenue Protection, Whole Farm Revenue Protection, Margin Protection, Livestock, Rainfall Index, and more.
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Yield Protection (YP)
Protect yourself against production losses due to a decrease in yield with YP.
Revenue Protection (RP)
Insure against revenue loss due to an increase or decrease in yield and/or price with RP. The final revenue guarantee is based on the higher of the projected price or harvest price.
Rainfall Index (RI)
Whole Farm Revenue Protection (WFRP)
The above plans (RP, RP HPE, and YP) use the Commodity Exchange Price Provisions (CEPP) to determine the prices. Eligible crops for these plans include: barley, canola/rapeseed, corn, cotton, grain sorghum, rice, soybeans, sunflowers, and wheat.
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Hail damage can occur when you least expect it, from early in the season through harvest. It is important to keep Crop-Hail Insurance as an integral part of your risk management plans.
Base Price Modifier (BPM)
Enhanced Coverage Option (ECO)
The Enhanced Coverage Option is an area-based supplemental shallow-loss coverage that covers loss from 86% up to 90% or 95%. The endorsement is offered on 31 crops for the 2021 crop year. For 2021, ECO will only be available on crops and counties with a contract change date of 11/30 or later. Crop expansion is planned for 2022. Contact us for more information.
Supplemental Coverage Option (SCO)
SCO provides area-based coverage about your underlying policy’s coverage level up to 86%. You are able to select SCO when you elect the Price Loss Coverage PLC at the Farm Service Agency (FSA). SCO must be purchased with an underlying individual policy. These consist of: APH, YP, RP, or RPHPE.