USDA’s Rainfall Insurance Sign Up Ends November 15th!
Over 141 million acres in the nation were covered in 2019 under USDA’s Pasture, Rangeland and Forage (PRF) Program. You owe it to your operation to learn more about how it.
Pasture, Rangeland, and Forage Insurance (PRF)
PRF is USDA’s fastest growing insurance program, insuring 141 million acres nationwide. PRF allows you to insure between 70-90% of normal precipitation by using local precipitation data to estimate how much you have received historically and how much you received during the year you insure. When precipitation falls, PRF makes a payment to compensate for the lack of forage. Call today at (866) 374-2112 to find out more about how PRF can improve your bottom-line.
Listen to a short introduction to PRF
Listen to a short introduction to LRP
Livestock Risk Protection (LRP)
Livestock prices drive your operation’s profitability. LRP allows cattle and swine producers to protect against declining market prices. A variety of coverage levels and insurance periods are offered that match the time the livestock would normally be marketed. LRP provides you the peace of mind that your livestock are covered if prices fall. Visit lrpcalculator.com for more details or call (866) 374-2112.
LGM-Cattle allows those who own cattle being finished for slaughter to protect their projected margin between the value of their finished cattle and their input costs (corn and feeder cattle), sometimes called the “cattle crush.” Call today at (866) 374-2112 to find out if LGM Cattle is a fit for your operation.
Hands On Experience From Trusted Experts
When you work with Ranchers Insurance you’re getting expertise and knowledge that can only be gained by hands-on industry experience. No other insurance agency has the insights and experience with livestock programs.
“One of the reasons that I put Brandon in that position [overseeing USDA insurance programs] was because he understands that crop insurance program very well and is committed to making it work.”
“[Brandon is] an RMA administrator that understands and appreciates the need to constantly look at ways to improve the product or expand the product.”