Risk Management Seminars

Jan 23, 2018 | Home Featured News

Farm Credit Services of Mandan’s crop insurance TEAM is offering 11 risk management seminars.

Topics To Be Covered are:

• 2018 Actuarial Changes
• Whole-Farm Revenue Protection Updates
• Acres Damaged by Unavoidable Uninsured Fire
• Basic Risk Management Reminders
• Livestock Risk Protection (LRP)

Plus a Special Risk Management Speaker – see below for details.

Our crop insurance seminars are free and open to all producers.  Please RSVP to the local FCS branch 48 hours in advance or register online through this website’s event calendar. Thank you.

Farm Credit Services risk management portfolio includes coverage for multi-peril, hail, forage, rainfall, livestock, life and disability insurance. Our team of 14 agents with over 200 years experience works with several, selected, insurance carriers, along with FSA and Extension; together we stay current on the new product options and changes in procedures. Ask how we can help you protect your investment.

 

 

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