AMES, Iowa -- The old multiple peril crop insurance policies have been replaced by a single policy with several options. Iowa State University Extension will hold workshops to explain the new combination policy. William Edwards, ISU Extension economist, and ISU farm management field specialists, will discuss the new crop insurance policy and options.
Other workshop topics will include the proposed good performance premium refund, basic and enterprise units, and grain marketing considerations. Computer applications will be available to help participants analyze their own farming operations.
Workshops are scheduled at five locations :
Workshop registration is $20 and includes lunch. To register, call the county extension office hosting the event – Cherokee, 712-225-6196; Atlantic, 877-596-7243; Fairfield, 641-472-4166; Iowa Falls, 888-648-5005; Washington, 319-653-4811. Registration is limited to 30 people per site.