Crop-Hail Insurance: What Do I Need to Know? [webinar]

Jun. 4, 2020

If your operation is in a region prone to hail storms or you grow crops that are particularly vulnerable to damage from hail and/or wind, you may want to consider adding a crop-hail insurance policy to your existing Multi-Peril Crop Insurance (MPCI) coverage.

Tune into our free, pre-recorded webinar to hear Eric Sorensen, Director of Crop Insurance, and Frank Newell, Director of Sales, cover the basics of crop-hail insurance and how it can help you cover opportunity loss you might experience due to specific perils.

In this webinar, you will learn about:

  • Types of crop-hail insurance policies and coverage levels that are available
  • How a crop-hail policy works alongside MPCI coverage you may already have
  • Additional types of loss typically covered under a crop-hail policy
  • How to evaluate which policy and coverage level best fits your operation

Take control of your risk and gain greater peace of mind

Your FBN Crop Insurance agent can tailor a crop-hail insurance policy to meet the specific needs of your operation with a variety of coverages and endorsements. Sign up for a free analysis today and learn more about coverage options that will work for you.

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The purpose of the following material is to promote awareness of risk management concepts and to highlight  risk management products, features, benefits and availability. This presentation does not provide full details of policy provisions or approved procedures. Producers should consult with a local agent for specific details and program requirements.
 
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