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Gary Schnitkey ( October, 2009 )


Wheat plantings have been delayed this fall, again bringing up decisions related to crop insurance. This article covers crop insurance implications for Actual Production History (APH), Crop Revenue Coverage (CRC), and Revenue Assurance (RA) policies. These farm-level policies have late planting and prevented planting provisions. Group Risk Plan (GRP) and Group Risk Income Plan (GRIP) policies do not have late or prevented planting provisions. Before GRP and GRIP policies provide coverage, wheat must be planted.


Organization University of Illinois Department of Agricultural and Consumer Economics
Publisher University of Illinois
Publication Date October, 2009
Publication Views 438
Material Type Written Material

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