Thursday, October 09, 2014
Although harvest is probably on the minds of most farmers, there are a few other key deadlines for them to keep in mind. These dates are particularly important for farmers who expect to make revenue or yield claims.
Farmers should contact their claims adjuster to measure bins before commingling grain if more than one unit of grain gets stored in a single structure. If a farmer believes a crop cannot be harvested, a field appraisal must be completed.
“Good recordkeeping and the ability to identify where all the production originated will help expedite claims,” Clow said. “Keeping production separate by entity is essential."
For more information about the crop claims process, view the COUNTRY 2014 Fall Harvest Checklist.
For more information on crop claims, click here.
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Click here to view the 2014 Harvest Checklist.
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