Crop Insurance Pt 2

Crop Insurance Pt 2

Bob Larson
Bob Larson
From the Ag Information Network, I’m Bob Larson. Crop insurers are committed to building on the success of crop insurance and to strengthen the farm safety net.

Scott Arnold, chair of National Crop Insurance Services says knowing they can help producers in times of need, makes his job very rewarding …

ARNOLD … “Although not something that will provide them a profit but does reduce the sting of the disaster and allow them to put the crop in the ground the following year.”

Arnold also appreciates the more than 20,000 men and women who effectively deliver crop insurance …

ARNOLD … “Crop insurance is driven by people. There are so many hardworking insurance agents, loss adjusters, and company employees working tirelessly to support and serve America’s farmers and ranchers who count on us – and thanks to this network, together we have always delivered.”

The crop insurance convention also championed the investments needed to ensure crop insurance remains a strong, sustainable, and diverse program …

ARNOLD … “Crop insurers have never stopped working to improve, strengthen and make available the crop insurance program to all policyholders. Whether it’s outreach to limited resource and socially disadvantaged producers, investments in research and science, or educational efforts on the importance of the farm safety net, crop insurers are building a better future for American agriculture.”

That’s Scott Arnold, chair of National Crop Insurance Services.

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