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Crop Insurance Update: Acreage Reporting and Ways You Can Report Acres

Due to the Covid -19 pandemic, the crop insurance acreage reporting process will be slightly different. Below you will find the different ways you can report your acres. 

  • FSA 578 Forms – Mail, email or drop off your FSA 578 for us to complete.  Please feel free to utilize our FSB drive-up windows to drop forms off until lobbies reopen.
  • Phone – Complete your acreage report over the phone with an agent
  • Mail/Email – At your request, we will mail or email you a copy of your acreage report to complete
  • ACR – Automated Crop Reporting

We encourage you to provide us with a copy of your Farm Service Agency 578 Detail & Maps. We will use the data from these forms to gather your acres, plant dates, and percentage of interest for each field. 

The deadline to report acres is Wednesday, July 15, 2020 with both FSA and Federal Crop Insurance.

Thank you for your continued business and we look forward to seeing you soon!


Our Crop Insurance Carriers


Our Featured Products

Multi-Peril Crop Insurance

Whole Farm Revenue

Margin Protection

Replant Coverage

Weather Insurance

Field Grain Fire Insurance

Hail Insurance

Wind Insurance

Added Price Coverage

Additional Revenue Coverage

Increased Bushel Coverage


Our Supplemental Product Advantage

Supplemental products offer the option to capture higher revenue guarantees. These programs have been very successful the last four years.

  • 2016 Corn added $53 additional revenue coverage for $5 per acre (Diversified Crop Insurance Services)
  • 2016 Soybeans added $55 additional revenue coverage for $2.50 per acre (Diversified Crop Insurance Services)
  • 2014 Corn added $80 additional revenue coverage for $4 per acre (International Ag Insurance Services)
  • 2013 Corn added $65 additional revenue coverage for $10 per acre (NAU) 

Crop Insurance Timeline

January – Review APH and supplemental products, crop update meeting and crop newsletter

February – Review government programs, MPCI, hail and supplemental products.  Spring price is determined.

March – MPCI sign up, sales closing is March 15th.

April/May – Review coverages, production reporting deadline.

June – Acreage reporting and early pay hail.

July – Final acreage reporting deadline.

August – Schedule of insurance, billing statements and silage appraisals

September – MPCI premiums due (end of month).

October – Fall price is determined, review plans and fall visits.

November/December – Claims and production reporting.


Report a claim to your agency

Anytime you feel you may have damage to your crop that could negatively affect your yield, you may file a claim. Whether your crop experiences excessive moisture, hail, frost, or wind please contact your local Town & Country Insurance Agency as soon as you notice damage.


 

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