Iowa Crop Insurance
Farmers and ranchers use crop insurance to protect their crops from financial losses due to natural disasters or weather that may cause a loss in crops or revenue. At Central States Agency, LLC, we protect farms and ranches of all types and sizes for a broad spectrum of insureds throughout Iowa.
All of these coverages will help you manage your crop risks and have the knowledge that your investment will be covered from uncontrollable events or market fluctuations. You may also want to discuss with our agency separate farm insurance and business insurance coverages, depending on your specific needs.
Learn more about RAMP, a supplement to your MPCI coverage. It's designed to help provide additional coverage when production and/or revenue losses are just over or under your MPCI guarantee.
Crop protection in Iowa
Our policies offer many coverage options so you can balance how much risk you're willing to assume with the premium you're willing to pay.
Crop Insurance policies are packaged in a few different ways:
- Crop-Hail Insurance: covers hail damage as well as loss from fire and other weather conditions
- Multi-Peril Crop Insurance (MPCI): protection from a decrease in crop yield, loss of crops, or loss as result of price changes.
- Group Risk Plan
- Crop Revenue Coverage
- Specialized Peril: covers specifically defined perils excluded from the MPCI or crop-hail policy including fire, rain or freeze
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