• Farmers

    American farmers stand ready to meet the needs of the growing population and are dedicated to feeding you and your family. Products we use every day come from plants and animals cared for by America’s farmers.

  • Families

    Farming is a tradition that has been passed down for generations. Today’s farmers are committed to preserving and enhancing this tradition for generations to come. Farm Bureau is a strong voice because of families who join this organization and come together as a unified voice for agriculture.

  • Food

    Minnesota farmers ensure safe food choices for families. As farmers, our job is to provide consumers with the highest quality and healthiest food possible. Growing and raising wholesome, safe food is our goal.


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Farm Bureau is an organization guided and directed by our nearly 30,000 member families – teachers, farmers, community leaders, husbands, wives, parents and business owners. Each one is concerned about their children, families, communities and making Minnesota a great place to live and work.


We exist to serve members because we share the values they hold dear – hard work, love of community, passion for the land and belief rooted in faith and family. Our services, programs and benefits are rooted in the cause, concerns and needs that are important to our members based on their beliefs and values.


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Minnesota Farm Bureau
Monday, March 2, 2015

Key Crop Insurance Sales Closing Date Quickly Approaching

For the 2014 crop year, crop insurance programs administered by the USDA’s Risk Management Agency (RMA) covered over 8.7 billion in crop liability for Minnesota farmers and ranchers.  The state had over 82,000 policies in force for 2014, and those policies covered over 17.6 million Minnesota crop acres.  Almost 60 percent of Minnesota’s insured producers suffered a loss and received an indemnity in 2014; in fact, the average indemnity per indemnified policy for 2014 was over $27,000.

So, how will you manage risk in 2015?  Minnesota producers are reminded that Monday, March 16, is the sales closing date for most spring seeded crops, including barley, corn, dry beans, sugar beets, sunflowers, and wheat.  March 16 is also the last date for new enrollees to sign up for RMA’s new Whole Farm Revenue Protection (WFRP) Program, which is a whole-farm revenue insurance program.

Producers planning to start (or modify) coverage should contact a crop insurance agent immediately to meet the sales closing deadline and learn about other key program dates. 

A crop insurance agent directory is available on the RMA website at www.RMA.USDA.gov.  The RMA website also offers many other useful tools, including a premium calculator, extensive program descriptions, and a variety of educational materials.

Federal crop insurance program policies are sold and serviced by private crop insurance companies.  Custom Ag Solutions works with RMA and other partner organizations to educate Minnesota producers about risk management and Federal crop insurance programs.  To receive information by mail, call CAS at 877-227-8094.  USDA, RMA, and CAS are equal opportunity providers.


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