• HistoricLoss Web

    Crop Insurance Basics: Historic Drought Loss

    Millions of farmers trust crop insurance to help manage their risks, including drought, and farmers have already spoken out about the importance of the farm safety net and crop insurance during years like these. September 22, 2021
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    NAU Country Launches Grain Cart Reporting with Agrimatics™

    NAU Country Insurance Company and Agrimatics, a leading agricultural software technology company, announced a partnership to help their customers – the American Farmer – more efficiently report production for their crop insurance policies. September 07, 2021
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    Communication is key in crop insurance

    Recognizing mental stress and lending an empathetic ear, as well as clear communication on claims processes, has become a beacon for many farmers. Insurance Business America spoke with NAU Country's Dale Feilmeier and Andy Brallier about how our claims teams are focusing on empathy and communication to help provide the best customer service for our farmers. August 11, 2021
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    Introducing the Fall NAU Country Connection Webinar Series - New Classes Posted!

    To increase value in our partnership, last year we introduced our webinar training series titled “NAU Country Connection”. Our trainings focused on how to best utilize NAU Country systems during the crop insurance cycle, being relevant to the appropriate time of year. We are reintroducing this series with not only an emphasis on system training, but we will also touch on some strategic products and procedures to assist you this sales season. August 08, 2021
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    RMA Extends Deadlines, Waives Interest Deferral for Emergency Drought Relief

    The RMA is authorizing Approved Insurance Providers (AIPs) to allow policyholders additional time to make payments. The RMA is aware of concerns about the requirements to pay crop insurance premiums timely in order to avoid accrual of interest. July 29, 2021
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    USDA Funds Risk Management Education for Historically Underserved Producers

    The USDA announced in a Press Release that that they are investing nearly $1 million in funding for universities and nonprofits to develop risk management training and educational tools aimed to assist historically underserved farmers and ranchers. This investment will include RMA projects to help producers manage long-term risks and challenges. July 29, 2021
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  • DroughtWeb

    RMA Authorizes Emergency Procedures to Help with Extreme Drought Conditions

    The USDA's Risk Management Agency (RMA) announced in a Press Release and Manager's Bulletin announcement (MGR-21-005) that emergency procedures are being authorized in order to assist drought-impacted producers. July 14, 2021
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  • Farmers Emphasize to Congress Importance of Crop Insurance

    Farmers Emphasize to Congress Importance of Crop Insurance

    Farmers from across the country testified in June before a House Agriculture Subcommittee hearing examining the efficacy of the farm safety net. The crop insurance program gives farmers predictable tools to manage their unique risks. Farmers invest in crop insurance before a disaster – sharing in the risk – and they know how the rules of their policy will help them recover. July 14, 2021
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    NAU Country keeps your accounts secure

    NAU Country is well equipped to ensure IT Security for you and your policyholders, and your privacy will be protected. We is implementing security measures in the form of Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) for our Agents and Farmers this year. July 12, 2021
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  • Illinois cover crop incentive

    Producers can now hay, graze, and chop cover crops any time and still receive full prevented planting payment

    The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Risk Management Agency (RMA) added this flexibility as part of a broader effort to encourage producers to use cover crops, an important conservation and good farming practice. Cover crops are especially important on fields prevented from planting as they help reduce soil erosion and boost soil health. July 07, 2021
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