The recent Rain and Hail L.L.C. April Newsletter discusses some items related to USDA governed cover crops. The NRCS has put together Cover Crop Termination guidelines which supersede what is in their newsletter and provide further clarification. Please refer to the attached information for more details. NRCS Cover Crop Termination Guidelines Non-Irrigated Cropland
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We sell all types of property and casualty insurance for vehicles, homes, farms, crops and businesses of all kinds. Close to sixty-five percent of our sales volume is commercial, thirty-five percent is personal and we currently do not market life or health insurance.
The short answer is: Choose the largest deductible with which you are comfortable that will significantly reduce your premium. Each of us has a different tolerance for risk which is reflected in our buying decisions, not just insurance deductibles. Due to inflation of the U.S. dollar, the ‘standard deductible’ has risen from $100 (or even… Read More »
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You are probably referring to the size of that last round of storm-created property rate increases. As Albert Einstein once said: “Everything is relative.” The perceived size of your increase is relative to when in the storm cycle you were blessed with the increase. That is, whether you were first or last. It may be that… Read More »
Thanks to our friends at Insurance Business America: “Most of the time, auto, home and business accidents are humdrum affairs involving fender benders, storm damage or uninsured motorists—no laughing matter, in other words. In these cases, compiled by BusinessBalls.com, however, we must admit we cracked a grin or two.” We’ll begin the countdown with number 15.… Read More »