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2013 UW Gain Update

We are one month or so away from our first annual settlement with RMA on crop year 2013 business. The key report from RMA, which discloses whether an Approved Insurance Provider (AIP) can pay profit shares to agents for previous crop year, will be available in mid-October.

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Only Minor Acreage Shifts Likely in Plains

When it comes to spring planting in Great Plains states such as Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma and their neighbors Missouri and Colorado, weather is the top concern for the western part of this region....


News Archive

Spring Weather to Watch

As a historical climatologist, Evelyn Browning-Garriss of the Browning Newsletter checks the weather with an eye to the past and the future....

Texas Peach Crop Could Be Best in Years

Conditions are so favorable for an outstanding Texas peach crop this year that he almost hates to talk about them lest he jinx the crop, joked Dr. Larry Stein, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service horticulturist. ...


Mike's Blog

2013 UW Gain Update

We are one month or so away from our first annual settlement with RMA on crop year 2013 business. The key report from RMA, which discloses whether an Approved Insurance Provider (AIP) can pay profit shares to agents for previous crop year, will be available in mid-October.

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