Expect an expanding global economy, strong U.S. consumer confidence and persistent economic recovery in many rural areas, but temper that optimism with another year of on-farm belt tightening due to lingering financial stress from low commodity prices....
With temperatures struggling to rise even close to freezing this week, the lack of snow in states like Oklahoma, Kansas and eastern Colorado will have winter wheat crops once again susceptible to winterkill. ...
Does your current crop insurance coverage fall short of your farm revenue or yield needs? The solution is ProAg’s Increased Coverage Election (ICE) named peril policy. Contact your trusted ProAg agent today for more information.
Whatever happens today, ProAg wants to assure you that we are prepared for any possibilities. ProAg is a member of the Tokio Marine HCC group of companies, with a financial strength rating of “A++ (Superior)” from A.M. Best Company, Inc. ProAg will adjust and pay losses in a timely fashion to the best of our ability under these conditions.
As this situation progresses, ProAg will provide updated information to all employees and agents with more details. #LetUsProtectYou
The 2018 NCIS Claims Manager Conference has come to a close. Our ProAg Claims & Compliance staff team members enjoyed a day and a half of training to prepare them for the crop season ahead. Featured here are our National Compliance Manager - Vikki, National Compliance Analyst - Jennifer and our Claims Training Specialist - Randi. #keepinginformed
New Team Members Add Depth | As we’ve said many times before and will no doubt say again, the ProAg difference can be found in our people. We’ve recently added four outstanding individuals to our Western Region team, and would like to take this opportunity to briefly introduce them to you.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture will start sending additional money to row crop farmers in 14 counties throughout seven states who are enrolled in the Agriculture Risk Coverage program. The move comes after the USDA reevaluated the program using a different method of determining county yields.
How Much is the Co-op Deduction Really Worth? | A follow-up to yesterday's story on the 199A deduction in the new tax bill containing real-life examples of the per bushel savings. No one has the answers, but this provides a little better understanding of the issue.
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