ProAg wants to make sure that you have easy access to the policy notifications and resources you need for your farming operation to be a success.
Important Crop Insurance Policy Notices
Please find below a list of important links to crop insurance policies and resources.
- ProAg Revenue Price Trigger Chart (Link downloads a Microsoft® Excel® Spreadsheet)
- Irrigated Practice Guidelines Updated 8/12/2019: RMA Bulletin No.: 15 009 – Efficient Irrigation
- RMA Bulletins and Handbooks
- RMA Cost Estimator
- Uninsured Unavoidable Fire (UUF)/Third Party Damage
- ProAg Q&A About Prevented Planting (April 2019)
- Don’t Wait to Turn In Your Claim (June 2019)
- Acceptable Storage Records & Precision Farming Acceptable Scale Weight Tickets/Records, Bin Marking, Load Records and Printed Combine Monitor Records (April 2019)
- Acceptable Records for Whole-Farm Revenue Protection Policies
Reporting Fraud, Waste and Abuse of the Federal Crop Insurance Program
In June of 2000, Congress passed the Agricultural Risk Protection Act, better known as ARPA. In response to concerns with fraud, waste and abuse of the Federal crop insurance program, ARPA mandated heightened program scrutiny and diligence to assure program integrity. ARPA requires the Risk Management Agency (RMA), with assistance from the Farm Service Agency (FSA) and Approved Insurance Providers (AIPs), to improve program compliance and integrity of the Federal crop insurance program using several different monitoring techniques.
As an AIP, ProAg is committed to doing its part to ensure the integrity and longevity of Federal crop insurance program by actively assisting RMA in monitoring changing crop conditions throughout the country during each growing season. As required in our Standard Reinsurance Agreement (SRA) with the Federal Crop Insurance Corporation (FCIC), ProAg will refer all instances of reasonably suspected misrepresentation, fraud, waste, or abuse discovered in those monitoring activities or at any other time to FCIC. Should you witness instances of suspected misrepresentation, fraud, waste or abuse, please call the OIG Hotline at (800) 424-9121 or report online at www.usda.gov/oig/hotline.htm .