Adjustments to crop insurance are being discussed among soybean farmers ahead of the American Soybean Association’s policy session on Saturday.
Wisconsin Soybean Association President Sara Stetler tells Brownfield soybean farmers in northern states would like to see changes in Actual Production History for crop insurance included in the next farm bill. APH is a record of crop yields used in crop insurance to determine normal production levels for a farmer.
“Some of my fields only have corn or soybeans on them every two to three years in a five year period.
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