Spring 2019 Crop Insurance and Trade Aid Options for Farmers

The ongoing trade war and slow planting progress have created uncertainty and stress for farmers across the Corn Belt. Insurance deadlines are rapidly approaching, but critical details of some programs have yet to be announced. Here’s a closer look at the options Midwest farmers have to consider this spring, the risks, long-term costs, and what details are still unknown.

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