With much of the U.S. experiencing heavy rains and flooding and the delayed planting that comes with wet fields, Casey and George discuss crop insurance and how prevent planting plays into things — including important deadlines for farmers.
They also talk about how payments from USDA’s Market Facilitation Program, designed to assists farmers hurt by trade disruptions, will work with crop insurance and prevent plant. They also talk about the possibility for disaster payments for areas like Iowan and Nebraska that have been hit with heavy flooding earlier in the spring.
Making assumptions that you know the rules and that you’re following the rules is dangerous … The key is making sure that you’re 1.) following the rules and 2.) that you’re keeping documentation to document your eligibility as well,” says Bercaw about some of the challenges of navigating through the rules of Prevent Planting and crop insurance.
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