Policy endorsements may adjust coverage to reflect current yields

Written by Blake Thomas on .

The amount of crop insurance available to farmers is based on your average yields, but the actual production history (APH) used for coverage may not accurately reflect your current potential. Using a policy endorsement can in­crease your APH significantly. In certain cases, APH yields can be modified using Trend Adjusted Yields (TA), Yield Exclusion (YE) and Yield Adjustment (YA) endorsements.

With costs of raising a crop continually increasing, it is important to review your crop insurance coverages an­nually. For more a deeper explanation of policy endorse­ments, talk with your MFA Crop Insurance agent. MFA Crop insurance is an equal opportunity provider.
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Important Dates to Remember

March 15: Sales closing for spring-planted crops (Feb. 28 for some areas)

April 29: Production reports due for 2020 spring-planted crops

July 15: Acreage reports due for 2021 spring-planted crops

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