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Multi-Peril, Crop Hail and Named Peril

How it works

- Yield Protection (YP)
- Revenue Protection (RP)
- Revenue Protection - Harvest Price Exclusion (RP-HPE)
- Area Yield Protection (AYP)
- Area Risk Protection Insurance (ARPI)
- Area Risk Protection - Harvest Revenue Exclusion (ARPI-HRE)
- Actual Production History (APH)
- Nursery Crop Insurance
- Crop Hail Insurance
- Pasture, Rangeland, & Forage (PRF)

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Private Crop Insurance Products

PriceFlex, MPD, HPA, HPO

Provides opportunities to add one or several additional price discovery periods to your RP or ARP policy. The purpose being to gain a higher price than the standard February crop insurance price. Revenue or yield losses trigger an indemnity.

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HarvestMAX

Private product designed to protect against shallow yield losses
Protect 93-96% of APH
Choose number of bushels to protect/market price per bushel/how many acres to protect/deductible level
Stand alone, compliment MPCI, optimize with MPCI

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EU Plus

Enterprise Unit policy with underlying optional units with a maximum of 10 units. Excludes 2nd crop beans or units with AAA or BBB ratings.

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Revenue Option, APO

Allows you to buy up the February projected price by a select percentage (increase from 17.5% to 33%). Yield loss must occur either as an enterprise or optional unit basis for an indemnity to be paid.

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Whole Farm Revenue Protection

Whole Farm Revenue Protection

Whole-Farm Revenue Protection (WFRP) provides a risk management safety net for all commodities on the farm under one insurance policy...

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UNDERWRITERS

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