This year has been hard on our farmers. We have seen Mother Nature flex her muscles with excessive rainfall across the U.S., unpredictable weather throughout the summer, and early snowfall in the northern plains. These devastating weather conditions reinforce the need for crop insurance and ensuring your livelihood more than ever before. NAU Country is committed to supporting you by providing fast, friendly, and complete claim service.
“The thing that sold me the most on Field Insights was the Inversion Risk Factor feature. With the introduction of the dicamba products and knowing the risk involved, any tool we can give our producers to help them is a great plus.” ~ Paul Daines, Daines Insurance Agency, LLC.
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
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.
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From Farm Policy Facts “Our View”: “There’s not a farmer that I’ve talked to around the country that would rather have aid instead of trade,” Dr. John Newton, Chief Economist at the American Farm Bureau Federation. February 04, 2020
National Crop Insurance Services (NCIS) is proud to invest in the future of agriculture through the NCIS 1890 Scholarship Program. NCIS awards scholarships to students majoring in agriculture-related disciplines at historically-black 1890 Land Grant Universities. Congratulations to these young men and women! January 28, 2020
USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) seeks public comments on its interim rule for the Agricultural Conservation Easement Program (ACEP). The rule – now available on the Federal Register – takes effect on publication and includes changes to the program prescribed by the 2018 Farm Bill. January 15, 2020