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Dairy Revenue Protection Infographic


Do you want to learn more about Dairy Revenue Protection (DRP) insurance? This informational infographic contains a policy overview, summarizes the six basic decisions that must be made to complete the policy and explains the benefits of purchasing DRP coverage from a trusted ProAg agent.

Dairy Revenue Protection is designed to insure against unexpected declines in the quarterly revenue from milk sales relative to a guaranteed coverage level. The expected revenue is based on futures prices for milk and dairy commodities and the amount of covered milk production elected by the dairy producer. The covered milk production is indexed to the state or region where the dairy producer is located.

DRP is approved for sale in all counties in all 50 states.

Learn more about the Dairy Revenue Protection insurance program from your trusted ProAg agent or visit us at ProAg.com/mydairy for more information. Come experience the ProAg difference today.

Dairy Revenue Protection (DRP) Insurance Infographic

 

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