Todd Laczyinski isn’t a typical insurance agent working from a desk in an office. This time of year you can find him driving a food truck from field to field, bringing farmers meals.
Insurance is notoriously complicated, and few people have the time or desire to pore over their policies. But some basic knowledge can go a long way — and that’s where an insurance agent can help, by clearing up some of the most common misconceptions they encounter.
Indiana Farm Bureau announced Indiana Farm Bureau Health Plans, a suite of more affordable healthcare offerings, has more than 1,200 active plans during the first quarter coverage was available, which equates to more than 3,400 lives covered.
Agricultural markets still face uncertainty, but analysts see optimistic signs going forward in 2021.
The next farm bill isn’t due until 2023, but the legislation will undoubtedly face challenges as in the past.
Crop insurance decisions need to be made by March 15. There are some new choices to consider this year, including the Enhanced Coverage Option.
The Nature Conservancy and the Indiana State Department of Agriculture have partnered to implement the Upper White River Crop Insurance Incentive Program to help increase the amount of acres in the state that are planted in cover crops.
Class-action lawsuits were filed in Nevada against 10 major auto insurance companies, contending that the companies charged excessive insurance premiums during the pandemic by failing to account for a drop in driving and crashes.
The Iowa Pork Congress looked different this year, going virtual due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but that didn’t stop event organizers from addressing a hot topic in the U.S. hog and livestock industry — market transparency.