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Ransomware Detected in Your Dealership ... What’s Next?

4 years removed from a Russian attack occurring during harvest, Sinclair Tractor, one of the 50th largest farm equipment dealers in the U.S., shares how it got through a ransomware attack.

Four years ago, we got hit with a ransomware attack. Russian software administered by North Korean state sponsored terrorists shut down our entire system right as corn harvest was happening.

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Beyond Breakeven by Insuring Crop Profits

As many U.S. senior citizens have learned about health insurance, Federal Medicare benefits help, but it's only a start in covering the big? costs involved with medical care. Most find that supplemental insurance is a must. Farmers are finding the same is true with Federal crop insurance. In a really bad year -- or even just a challenging year -- supplemental weather insurance can mean the difference between staying afloat and actually sailing all the way to the bank.
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Wider World of Business

How to Protect Your Business from Natural Disaster

Many small businesses — but perhaps not enough — have already braced themselves for a worst-case scenario. The two most critical components of small business disaster survival, they've found, are a comprehensive backup of business data and systems, and an insurance policy that will allow them to rebuild if a business is decimated.
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Ag Equipment Intelligence

Forecasted Corn Yield Lowest Since 1995-96

While opinions vary on the impact the drought will have on farm equipment sales for the rest of this year and next, most analysts agree the lower yields will result in higher commodity prices. This combined with the wider use of crop insurance is likely to blunt a major falloff in ag machinery sales in 2013.
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