Beware of “No Premium” PRF Policies

Contact USDA Before Agreeing to a “No Premium” PRF Policy Recent schemes may allow those without an insurable interest to benefit from USDA insurance program. If something sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Recently, different schemes have been devised that,...

RMA Addresses PRF Schemes

Recently, various schemes have been devised connecting, directly or indirectly, livestock producers enrolled in USDA’s Pasture, Rangeland, and Forage (PRF) program to investors and/or lending-type entities. While the specifics vary, the livestock producer generally...

What you Need to Know about LRP

USDA’s Livestock Risk Protection Insurance for Feeder Cattle: Protecting Livestock Producers Written by: Brandon Willis Unpredictable market conditions and price fluctuations can pose significant risks to livestock producers. To help mitigate these risks, the...
USDA Accepts Changes Proposed by Ranchers Insurance

USDA Accepts Changes Proposed by Ranchers Insurance

A call in a parking lot. What started out three years ago as a conversation in a parking lot has culminated with a major overhaul of USDA’s Livestock Risk Protection (LRP). Three years ago, Brandon Willis from Ranchers Insurance reached out to the owner of LRP...