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Pasture, Rangeland, Forage-PRF Insurance Infographic


In this informative Pasture, Rangeland, Forage (PRF) infographic you will discover what PRF insurance is, how the Rainfall Index PRF policy works, find a PRF indemnity example and learn how to maximize your PRF coverage from the PRF industry experts, ProAg crop insurance company.

The Pasture, Rangeland, Forage (PRF) Insurance program is designed to provide insurance coverage on your pasture, rangeland or forage acres grown for the intended use of grazing by livestock or haying. PRF is designed to give you the ability to buy insurance protection for losses of forage produced for grazing by livestock or harvested for hay, which result in increased costs for feed, destocking, depopulating or other actions.

PRF is an area-based plan of insurance that uses a rainfall index to determine losses and trigger indemnities.

PRF is available in all counties in the 48 contiguous states except for a few grids that cross international borders.

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

The ProAg Pasture, Rangeland, Forage (PRF) Infographic

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