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The Ultimate Guide to WFRP Insurance [Infographic]


Whole-Farm Revenue Protection, often called WFRP, is a risk management safety net for all commodities on the farm under one crop insurance policy. This insurance plan is tailored for any farm with up to $8.5 million in insured revenue, including farms with specialty or organic commodities (both crops and livestock), or those marketing to local, regional, farm-identity preserved, specialty, or direct markets.

WFRP is available in all 50 states. The Sales Closing Date for the product will match the coarse grains sales closing date for the associated crop/county. For example, January 31, February 28, or March 15.

The Ultimate Guide to Whole Farm Revenue Protection Crop Insurance [Infographic]

After reviewing this ultimate guide to WFRP infographic, check out our WFRP product page at: www.ProAg.com/WFRP

Talk to your ProAg agent for complete details on important dates and policy specifics. Come experience the ProAg difference today.

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