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Crop Insurance 101 webinar set for July 20 - open to all farmers nationnwide

Farmers and ranchers nationwide are invited to participate in a webinar on July 20 from noon to 1 p.m., CT, which will provide an overview of available federal crop insurance options.

While details can vary by region and county, the principles of federal crop insurance are set by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Risk Management Agency, and are consistent nationwide. This event is not limited by region, and all interested persons are welcome to attend.

Crop Insurance 101 webinar is set for July 20 from noon to 1 p.m. Central Time, and all interested persons are welcome to attend.

“Crop Insurance 101” will be hosted Kate Hansen, a policy associate with the Center for Rural Affairs in Lyons, Neb., will feature Joe Toillion of Toillion Consulting Services Inc., who is an Iowa crop insurance agent with experience in conventional, organic, and livestock policies.

“This webinar will be helpful for a range of audiences—from those just exploring federal crop insurance, to those who have been buying it for years and want to brush up on the options available to them,” Hansen said.

Topics to be discussed include Multi-Peril Crop Insurance, insuring by written agreement, options for certified organic operations, livestock coverage, and Whole Farm Revenue Protection.

“I am excited to be joined by Joe, who has a wealth of knowledge on many of these topics,” Hansen said. “This webinar will be a great opportunity for farmers and ranchers to ask him questions.”

Visit to register for this online event.

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