Our founding family’s rich history started in the 1980s when Jim Deal helped initiate the successful partnership between the government and the private sector. As we grew from a small business to an industry leader, we gained a strong parent company in QBE. The financial strength of QBE in a global market adds economic stability to our local efforts.
Our mission at NAU Country is to help farmers manage their risks so that they can focus on what matters most. Together with our independent agents, NAU Country is committed to providing the most informed, accurate, and timely risk management possible for the American Farmer. ~Jim Korin, President of NAU Country Insurance Company
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NAU Country News
USDA Announces Major Program Improvements, Progress, and Investments to Benefit American Farmers, Ranchers, and ProducersUSDA is announcing two new programs that wrap-up and fill remaining gaps in previous natural disaster and pandemic assistance. The Emergency Relief Program (ERP) Phase 2 and Pandemic Assistance Revenue Program (PARP) application period is open from January 23 through June 2, 2023. January 11, 2023
The USDA is preparing to roll out the Emergency Relief Program (ERP) Phase Two as well as the new Pandemic Assistance Revenue Program (PARP), which are two programs to help offset crop and revenue losses for producers. USDA is sharing early information to help producers gather documents and train front-line staff on the new approach. November 15, 2022
USDA to Provide up to $20 Million for Construction of On-Farm Grain Storage Facilities in Areas Impacted by Recent Natural DisastersAgriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced the USDA will make available $20 million in cost-share assistance to help agricultural producers in Kentucky, Minnesota, South Dakota and surrounding areas to rebuild storage facilities damaged by devastating natural disaster events in 2021 and 2022. This assistance will help producers who were hard-hit by disasters and are currently struggling with a lack of available grain storage have the resources they need as they head into the 2022 crop harvest. October 13, 2022