Our People

We recognize that our people are what make ProAg an industry leader.

Executive Team
Experience. Experience. Experience—three reasons why the Executive Team adds incredible strength to ProAg. With almost 100 years of cumulative experience in all phases of crop insurance—from adjusting and underwriting to trade organizations and Capitol Hill—this team thoroughly understands the industry. They put their knowledge to work for the benefit of ProAg agents and customers every day.

Leadership Team and Regional Vice Presidents
Building on the vision of the Executive Team, while remaining closely engaged with activities in the field, the Leadership Team and Regional Vice Presidents are a crucial link in the delivery of ProAg products and services. They bring experience in all aspects of crop insurance, as well as a great depth of understanding in their specialties, to the table.

Account Representatives
ProAg has an experienced staff of account representatives nationwide who understand crop insurance and agriculture. They stand ready to assist with quoting and to support your risk management services.

ProAg underwriters work with our agents to quickly process all applications for insurance, review files for completeness and submit the package to RMA for approval. The underwriters are trained for all crops in their region, but many specialize in one particular policy type, such as nursery or crop hail.

Claims and Compliance
ProAg maintains a high quality and very strong field presence in the critical functions of claims and compliance. ProAg delivers quality service at the field level. Knowing the grower’s primary concern is accurate and timely payments, ProAg’s staff is knowledgeable and efficient.

Click on Contact Us and select your region to find contact information for your Regional Office. Our staff will be happy to direct you to an agent.

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ProAg News

USDA Undersecretary Addresses Range of Ag Issues

Bill Northey, USDA undersecretary for farm production and conservation, said that getting help to dairy farmers in the form of having the program authorized in the 2018 Farm Bill rolled out as quickly as possible is the top priority for the department for going forward....

9 Ag Tech Startups Introduced

The Iowa AgriTech Accelerator hosted its second annual AgTech Day in late March in West Des Moines. From across the country, nine early-stage ag tech startups gathered to showcase their innovations to the Accelerator’s community of mentors and supporters....

What To Do With Crop Residue, Grain, Hay Affected by Flooding

In the aftermath of extreme flooding events in Nebraska this spring, landowners are faced with not only sand, silt and debris deposited on their land, but also with large amounts of corn residue from upstream — piled 3 feet deep on some fields....
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