Print
A A A |

Corn and Soybean Moisture Adjustment Factors

Corn Moisture Adjustment Factors

Moisture adjustment is applied prior to applying any qualifying quality adjustment factors such as test weight, kernel damage, etc. Moisture adjustment results in a reduction in production to count of 0.12 percent for each 0.1 percent moisture in excess of 15 percent through 30 percent and 0.2 percent reduction for each 0.1 percent above 30 percent.

Risk Management Agency Corn Loss Adjustment Standards Handbook (click for more details)

Soybean Moisture Adjustment Factors

Moisture adjustment is applied prior to applying any qualifying adjustment for quality such as test weight, kernel damage, etc. Moisture adjustment results in a reduction in production to count of 0.12 percent for each 0.1 percent moisture in excess of 13 percent.

Risk Management Agency Soybean Loss Adjustment Standards Handbook (click for more details)

Contact your Farm Credit Services of America Insurance Specialist for more information about crop losses and loss adjustment procedures.

AgriPoint

Office Locator

Key Crop Insurance Dates

July 15, 2015
Acreage Report Deadline
Corn, Soybeans, & Spring Wheat

August 15, 2015
Premium Billing Date
Corn, Soybeans, Spring Wheat, &
Winter Wheat & Spring Wheat on Same Policy – NE, SD

Calendar IconView More DatesArrow

Markets + Weather

Omaha, NE (edit)
59° Fair