We Offer Our Growers & Ranchers
The Risk Management Tools They Need

And Below Are Just a Few of Our
Specialty Risk Management Tools…


Citrus Freeze Coverage

We offer both Grower & Packer Citrus Freeze | LEARN MORE

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

We offer Raisin Reconditioning insurance. | LEARN MORE

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

We offer Almond Extra Price insurance. | LEARN MORE

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.

Crop Insurance in America
California Crop Progress Report
RMA Price Discovery
California Sales Closing Dates




FSA Expands Set-Aside Loan Provision for Customers Impacted by COVID-19

Set-Aside Delays Loan Payments for Borrowers

WASHINGTON, May 21, 2020– USDA’s Farm Service Agency (FSA) will broaden the use of the Disaster Set-Aside (DSA) loan provision, normally used in the wake of natural disasters, to allow farmers with USDA farm loans who are affected by COVID-19, and are determined eligible, to have their next payment set aside. In some cases, FSA may also set aside a second payment for farmers who have already had one payment set aside because of a prior designated disaster. Continue reading.

Coronavirus Food Assistance Program Frequently Asked Questions

Download Here | Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP) FAQ

Ancillary Forms Needed to Complete CFAP Application| May 26 Open

Once signup begins on May 26, applicants will be able to download the application tool and forms at farmers.gov/CFAP. Applications may be submitted via mail, fax, hand delivery, or via electronic means. Contact your local service center for more information.

USDA Service Centers are open for business by phone appointment only. Once the application period opens, please call your FSA county office to schedule an appointment.

FSA staff at local USDA Service Centers will work with producers to file applications. Applications will be submitted electronically either by scanning, emailing, or faxing. Please call your office prior to sending applications electronically.

In addition to the application form, our staff will work with you to complete portions of the CCC-902 – Farm Operating Plan – if necessary. Additionally, the following forms will be needed for CFAP; if you are an existing customer, this information is likely on file at your local Service Center.

  • CCC-901 Also Available in Spanish) – Identifies members of a farm or ranch that is a legal entity. Member Information will be completed by legal entities and joint operations to collect the following: member names, addresses, Tax Identification Numbers and citizenship status
  • CCC-941 (Also Available in Spanish) – Reports your average adjusted gross income for programs where income restrictions apply.
  • CCC-942 – If applicable, this certification reports income from farming, ranching, and forestry, for those exceeding the adjusted gross income limitation.
  • AD-1026 (Also Available in Spanish) – Ensures compliance with highly erodible land conservation and wetland conservation.
  • AD-2047 – Provides basic customer contact information.
  • SF-3881 – Collects your banking information to allow USDA to make payments to you via direct deposit.

FSA has streamlined the signup process to not require an acreage report at the time of application and a USDA farm number may not be immediately needed.

New Coronavirus Website for Farmers

USDA COVID-19 Federal Rural Resource Guide




2020 Guide to Ag Risk Management | Boman Associates

Impact of Crop Insurance on California

Arizona Crop Insurance Impact


Full Text of the 2018 Farm Bill

Click here for the legislative text of the Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018.




New Farmers

Website: Young Farmers


Our Risk Management Partners

We Are Committed to Best in Class Risk Management Solutions

Email Us Today