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Citrus Freeze Coverage

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Citrus Freeze Coverage

The Grower Citrus Freeze insurance policy is an annual policy which protects citrus growers against yield losses due to internal or external damage caused by freeze while the fruit is on the trees.

Packer Citrus Freeze covers losses in packing revenue incurred by the packer. This policy can cover the shortfall of a specific number of cartons as selected by the packer directly caused by freeze which prevents the citrus from meeting standards such as fresh marketable citrus. Contact us for more details.


Raisin Reconditioning

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Raisin Reconditioning

The Raisin Reconditioning policy reimburses growers for the extra expense of wash and dry reconditioning directly due to rainfall while on trays in the insured vineyard during the insurance period. The policy will reimburse you for slipping, turning, or other field expense incurred by the grower due to the direct rainfall on the trays. It does not insure against lost production or decrease in the value of raisins, other than an allowance for shrinkage. Contact us for more details.


Almond Extra Price

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Almond Extra Price

The almond extra price policy allows the grower to purchase more $ coverage per pound of $.25, $.35, $.50, or $.75 cents per lb above the MPCI insurance price. Contact us for more details.


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Senate and House Ag Committee Leaders Release Farm Bill Conference Report

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Agriculture Committee Chairmen Sen. Pat Roberts, R-Kan., and Rep. K. Michael Conaway, R-Texas, and Ranking Members Sen. Debbie Stabenow, D-Mich., and Rep. Collin Peterson, D-Minn., today released the text of the bipartisan, bicameral 2018 Farm Bill conference report.

“The 2018 Farm Bill is our opportunity to make the American food and agriculture systems work more efficiently. I’m pleased to say we have done just that in this conference report,” said Chairman Roberts. “We started this journey nearly two years ago. Since then, the Senate Agriculture Committee has held dozens of hearings, listened to more than 90 witnesses, and received thousands of public comments. As promised, this farm bill provides much needed certainty and predictability for all producers – of all crops – across all regions across the country. I thank my counterparts in the Senate and House for coming to – and staying at – the table to reach a bipartisan, bicameral agreement for rural America.”

“America’s farmers and ranchers are weathering the fifth year of severe recession, so passing a farm bill this week that strengthens the farm safety net is vitally important,” said Chairman Conaway. “I am grateful to the President, Secretary Perdue and my leadership for standing fast for the hard-working farm and ranch families that clothe and feed us. I also appreciate the members of the conference committee for bringing this process one step closer to completion.”

“By working across the aisle, we overcame many differences to deliver a strong, bipartisan farm bill for our farmers, families, and rural communities,” said Ranking Member Stabenow. “The 2018 Farm Bill is a good bill for our farmers and everyone who eats. Working together, we continued to expand the diversity of our agricultural economy, maintained a strong food and farm safety net, created new opportunities in our small towns and rural communities, and made significant investments in land and water conservation. Now is not the time to rest on our laurels – it’s time to get the bill across the finish line as soon as possible. I urge my colleagues to support this bill.”

“This bill is a strong start to addressing the issues our producers are facing right now, particularly our dairy farmers,” said Ranking Member Peterson. “The bill’s new provisions will offer more flexible coverage for lower cost when dairy farmers need it most, and provide producers more tools to manage their risk. It also invests $300 million in the prevention and response for animal pests and disease. More broadly, the bill invests in research, outreach to beginning & underserved producers, local and organic food production, bioenergy, and access to new markets. It also addresses broadband, farm stress and mental health issues, and the opioid epidemic in rural areas. It’s the product of strong bipartisan work in both the House and the Senate, and it’s something I’m proud to encourage folks to vote for.”

Click here to read the text of the report.



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