Application for USDA’s Market Facilitation Program opens up Sept 4th. Check out the USDA resource page to learn more about what you will need to apply here.
In this upcoming series we will be talking all things surrounding the 2018 Farm Bill. Each episode will review various topics and questions in hopes of shedding informative light with the help of our guests and discussions.
Let us know your thoughts and feedback during each episode and what you’d like […]
Listed below are the top 10 highlights of the 2018 Farm Bill from the House Agriculture Committee.
ABIS Crop Insurance has been talking to farmers a lot about this Excessive Rainfall product. Why? Because we believe that farmers should an upper hand from the financial impact of wet weather that Mother Nature provides.
Watch the full video here.
Southern Minnesota –
Recent snowfall has delayed the ability for crops to begin the growing process.
Farmers looking for coverage to protect their crops from further or potential delay still have time before the deadline to plant corn (May 31st) and soybeans (June 10th).
Most growers have already […]
Proposals have been made to limit the amount of Federally-paid crop insurance premiums on a per farm basis. A $40,000 limit was proposed in the last farm bill and the 2016 Trump budget included this limit as well. The sizes of corn and soybean farms that reach a $40,000 limit […]
Watch ABIS Mankato’s Travis Stewart in the second video of the Crop Talk series. In this webcast, Travis will give insight on the latest innovation in the crop insurance industry, private MPCI Add-On products.
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These latest innovations in the crop insurance industry tend to fit in one […]
Watch ABIS Mankato’s Travis Stewart in the first video of the Crop Talk webcast series.
These videos will cover topics including changes to crop insurance, the 2018 Farm Bill, and other unique solutions that ABIS’ very own experts feel will help better manage risks in farm operations. In this webcast, Travis […]
Read some tips on year-end tax basics from Paul Neiffer from CliftonLarsonAllen
The House Republican tax-reform bill would preserve interest expensing for most farms and would phase out the state tax, but some producers would lose a tax deduction that their cooperatives pass on to them. Read the entire article from Agri-Pulse.