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Key Crop Insurance Dates

August 15, 2018
Premium Billing Date
Corn, Soybeans, Spring Wheat, &
Winter Wheat & Spring Wheat on Same Policy – NE, SD

August 20, 2018
Harvest Price Announced
Winter Wheat

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It pays to know a lender who knows crop insurance.

Our specialists spend all their time – every working day of the year – with crop insurance. It’s all we do because we know how important it is to you.

Discover the difference. Talk to the crop insurance specialists at Farm Credit Services of America.

Trigger yields assist producers with crop insurance and risk management decisions.

Understanding when loss payments are triggered is an important part of choosing the correct crop insurance plan. Use our tool to estimate loss triggers. More >

Discover the fcsamerica crop insurance advantage.

Nobody understands the financial risks you face more than a lender. We know what you have invested in your crops and your farm – and we know how important having the right protection is to your livelihood and your family.


That's why we work so hard to bring you crop insurance options that work to protect your income and maximize your profitability. Every year, we make significant investments – in our crop insurance specialists, in their ongoing training and in providing the sophisticated tools – to help deliver the most cost-effective options. More. >

You can buy crop insurance from anyone, the difference is why we sell it. We're in the crop insurance business to help keep you in business.

That's why, every year, more producers choose Farm Credit Services of America for their crop insurance plan – and you should ask for a no-cost, no-obligation review of yours.


Crop insurance costs thousands – making sure you have a plan that's right for you costs nothing.
Discover the difference – click for a no-obligation review, or call 800-884-FARM.

Double the Usual Corn Silking

Jul 10, 2018

With more than a third of the crop silking, USDA rates three quarters of the crop in good/excellent condition. Soybeans don’t look shabby either: 71 percent rates the top two categories. More >

Rain makes Grain

Jun 26, 2018

Corn condition exceeds the past four years and soybean condition matches 2014 and 2016. More >