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Attention farmers! We realize that you get busy feeding America and we wanted to provide you a reminder about replants and reporting needs with your farm insurance policy.

If you replant a crop, your crop insurance agent will report the plant date you
first planted that particular crop on the acreage report.

Your crop insurance agent will not report the date you replanted the acreage!

This is the official regulation rule for replanting the same crops.

If, however, you planted corn before, and you are now tearing that corn up and switching to soybeans, this is different. In that scenario, this is
not replanting! Instead, this is an example of a first crop/second crop scenario. Again, this is not a replant situation.

For more information on crop insurance, be sure to check out the page here.

If you have questions, don’t hesitate to contact the crop insurance expert: Mark Granberg. Mark has over 30 years in the crop and farm insurance business, making him invaluable to the producer!

Give Mark a call at 970-590-0754, or read more about him on his profile here.

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