Farmers are making crop insurance decisions as they prepare to plant the 2020 crop. With spring crop insurance prices having been set, AgCountry Farm Credit Services senior insurance specialist Matt Hasbargen says those prices are lower compared to the 2019 price. So, how do these spring prices affect crop insurance coverage levels? Hasbargen has more in the latest Rural Perspectives podcast from AgCountry FCS.
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