A North Dakota Grain Growers Association Fly-in to Washington, D.C. focused on pesticides regulations, trade, crop insurance and more. NDGGA President Ed Kessel said it was noted that moving the crop insurance payment date would better align with the marketing year. “Right now your payment is due October 1. Just being able to move it to November or December after you harvest your crop will help prevent some farmers from borrowing money.” Another trip to the capitol city is scheduled for later this month.
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