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With storm-related crop damage occuring more frequently due to natural disasters related to drought, flooding, derechos, tornadoes, hail and more, it’s important for farmers to brush up on next steps should they be adversely impacted. Regional USDA Risk Management Agency Director Pamela Stahlke shares key information to keep in mind when hit by crop-damaging storms. First, she reminds producers that they have 72 hours from the initial discovery of crop damage to report a Notice of Loss to their crop insurance agent. See more tips on what to do if you sustain crop damage.

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