Is Whole Farm Revenue Protection a Good Fit for Your Farm? [Webinar]

Mar. 2, 2020

Whole Farm Revenue Protection (WFRP) is growing in popularity among farmers. It covers a wide variety of farm production, both insurable commodities as well as those crops where traditional coverage isn't available.

In this pre-recorded webinar, Frank Newell, Director of Sales for FBN Crop Insurance, speaks with colleague Allen Pickard to help you learn more about WFRP and determine if it might be a good fit for your operation. Here's what you can expect to learn about in this webinar:

  • Key components to WFRP, including coverage levels, requirements and limitations
  • How WFRP is similar to—and differs from—multi-peril crop insurance
  • Steps to take in order to secure a WFRP policy for the 2020 crop year

For more information on WFRP, chat with an FBN Crop Insurance agent to explore your coverage options for the upcoming growing season.

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