Crop Insurance Update 09/25/18 11:32:56 AM|
2019 will be our 4rd year in Crop Insurance! We offer all Crop Insurance products under Diversified Crop Insurance Services.
Q: Why Kat's Grain Crop Insurance?
A: Grain Marketing and Risk Management. No one else compares.
**Note: We offer these services to ALL customers regardless of crop insurance*** However, both are essential tools to maximize your crop policy coverage.
We are unique in the field because we do not rely on LARGE crop premiums to make a living. You purchase what YOU think is necessary.
No matter WHO you purchase your Multi-Peril (Revenue Protection) from, it IS THE SAME RATE. Revenue Insurance is government regulated by RMA. If you have home, farm, or vehicle with Company X, Kat's Grain has the SAME Crop Insurance rate for you! These CORE policies are 38-80% government subsidized. (see chart below)
Please call us to look at your situation. We greatly appreciate the business!
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