The USDA has increased flexibility for Annual Forage Insurance and Rainfall Index Basic Provisions in eight pilot states, including North and South Dakota. Risk Management Agency Administrator Marcia Bunger says these changes allow producers to choose what acreage is insured and elect the months that rainfall is most important to certain forage crops. “With this added flexibility, we just offer more tools in the toolbox.”
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