As the deadline for purchasing or modifying crop insurance for most spring-planted crops approaches, Henderson Farms' Chad Henderson, Mike Henderson and Stuart Sanderson share their strategies for making crop insurance decisions on their farm.
INSURE YOUR REVENUE, NOT YOUR YIELD: Managing Your Profits With Smarter Crop Insurance and Hedging Strategies
In this XtremeAg.farm webinar, Jarod Creed, owner of JC Marketing Services and JC Ag Financial Services will share his strategies for managing profitability with smarter crop insurance and hedging decisions.
In this member video, Kelly Garrett shares his approach to crop insurance. Kelly breaks down how he uses his crop insurance not only as a disaster policy, but as a way to insure income and profit. Kelly explains how his approach to crop insurance has altered his crop rotations and mitigated his risk all the while insuring profits. Bottom line is he sleeps a lot better at night as a result.
Kevin is sharing his foliar strategy with members. Connect and learn from the nation's top producers about increasing ROI on your farm. XtremeAg.farm is for the Real Farmers. Become a member: www.xtremeag.farm
On June 16, 2019, Matt Miles not only lost a valued member of his farm team, but he lost a best friend. Matt found himself staring down an entire season without his farming partner for the first time in over two decades. The crop did not stop growing so Matt could have time to grieve. He needed to find a way to keep going forward. Dealing with a loss while farming is tough both from an emotional and business standpoint. Matt hopes that by sharing his journey he will be able to help other farmers in similar circumstances.
For Kelly and Lee the reduced soil compaction, erosion and fuel consumption made the LSW tires for their spray rig are one of the smartest investments they have made for their farm.
Crop insurance can be complicated and a make or break decision for your farm. With so many options are available, how do you make your decisions?
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