Martinson Ag Risk Management offers a variety of crop marketing and crop insurance packages to our customers. Focusing on customer service, we look forward to working directly with our customers day-to-day to ensure they are informed of the best options available to them.

Crop Insurance Reminder:  July 15 is the acreage reporting deadline

Crop Hail Reminders:

  • Generally crop hail coverage goes into effect 2 hours after the insurance company receives the application or binder.
  • Most Companies offer a 3% to 5% cash discount if the premium is paid in July.
  • Production hail and wind/green snap coverages have sales closing deadlines that vary by company.  Contact our office for details.

Some Popular Crop Hail Plans:

  • Basic - No deductible.  Pays out at the percent of damage.
  • DXS5 - 5% deductible.  Catches up (pays like Basic) at 25% damage.
  • DDA - 10% deductible.  Catches up at 25%.
  • Comp2 - 5% deductible.  If damage is less than 55%, pays the damage minus 5%, then doubles that amount.  If damage is more than 55%, Comp2 pays 100%.
  • Production Hail - Production hail is designed to be coupled with your MPCI policy to cover the portion of the crop left unprotected by your MPCI policy.  In general you can choose a coverage factor of 100% to 120% of your APH yield.  You can also choose a lower price percentage to lower the premium.  You must have a hail loss to collect.  Payment will be the lesser of the appraised hail loss or the actual harvested production. 

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