Blog : Crop Insurance

Let’s ditch the poor management

Posted by Tyler Krug | Published June 14, 2016

We talk with land owners on a daily basis about good stewardship on Iowa farmland. But with a wide variety of farm knowledge and background, are we really all on the same page when it comes to what to look for when walking the land? Read More

Posted In Agribusiness, Conservation Practices, Crop Insurance, Land Management, Natural Lands, Recreational Land

The Dirt Talk Weekly Iowa Land Auction prices, June 3rd to June 9th, 2016

Posted by Peoples Company | Published June 11, 2016

The Dirt Talk Weekly Iowa Land Auction prices, June 3rd to June 9th, 2016

Greetings! Very few land auctions are occurring in Iowa at this time. There were a total of 336 acres offered at auction, of those acres, there were 308 tillable acres. I would describe last week’s auctions results as “good”. Read More

Posted In Agribusiness, Crop Insurance, Economic Development, Land Auctions, Land Management, Land Values, Natural Lands

Crop Update: Favorable Planting Conditions Could Lead to High Yields Across the Midwest

Posted by Kyle Walker, AFM | Published June 2, 2016

Crop Update: Favorable Planting Conditions Could Lead to High Yields Across the Midwest

The 2016 growing season is well underway and most growers have finished planting across the Midwest. Favorable planting conditions in April and May have allowed for potential hefty yields later this fall. These favorable conditions included a mild spring with timely rainfall. Read More

Posted In Agribusiness, Crop Insurance, Economic Development, Land Management, Land Sales, Land Values

Land Investment Monthly – April 2016

Posted by Steve Bruere | Published April 15, 2016

Farmers improving the land this spring are additionally installing more terraces and tile with a goal of reducing soil erosion, Iowa Farmer Today reports. Read More

Posted In Cash Rents, Crop Insurance, Headlines, In The News, Land Investing, Land Management, Land Values

Deadline: Crop Insurance Changes Due by March 15, 2016

Posted by Tyler Krug | Published March 14, 2016

If you have any changes you want to make to your policy type, price election, trend adjustment, or the level of coverage that you have those changes are due by Tuesday, March 15, 2016.  Read More

Posted In Crop Insurance, First Category, Headlines, In The News, Land Management

From Insuring Profits to Minimizing Losses

Posted by Kyle Walker, AFM | Published March 2, 2016

In recent years farmers have been able to insure profits with crop insurance guarantees. Times have changed and farmers are now hoping to minimize losses. Read More

Posted In Cash Rents, Crop Insurance, Headlines, In The News, Land Management

2016 Land Expo: Dr. Bruce Sherrick to Present on Risk Analysis, Crop Insurance, Agricultural Finance

Posted by Peoples Company | Published November 24, 2015

2016 Land Expo: Dr. Bruce Sherrick to Present on Risk Analysis, Crop Insurance, Agricultural Finance

Dr. Bruce J. Sherrick, Professor of Farmland Economics at the University of Illinois, will deliver a keynote presentation on January 29, during the 2016 Land Investment Expo in West Des Moines, Iowa. He will share with Land Expo attendees a... Read More

Posted In Crop Insurance, Headlines, In The News, Land Appraisal, Land Expo, Land Investing, Upcoming Events

Information Overload: Adding Value to Your Farm

Posted by Travis Smock | Published December 18, 2014

Information Overload: Adding Value to Your Farm

We live in a society where we can find almost any information we are looking for by simply doing an internet search. You can find anything from college basketball stats in 1978, to the part number of a headlight for a new John Deere R Series... Read More

Posted In Cash Rents, Crop Insurance, Headlines, In The News, Land Appraisal, Land Investing, Land Management, Technology

The New Farm Bill Choices – What Should I Do?

Posted by Peoples Company | Published November 27, 2014

A guest post by Paul Neiffer, CPA, of CliftonLarsonAllen, LLP, on choices surrounding the new farm bill. I had the privilege of speaking in front of a full house for Peoples Company on Monday November 3, 2014, on the new farm bill. I... Read More

Posted In Crop Insurance, Headlines, In The News




 

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