Ag Outlook and Crop Insurance Meeting

Date: 05-Feb-2020

Please join us...

Wednesday, February 5, 2020 beginning at 10 am

Crown Room, Washington Court House, Ohio - 1801 Columbus Ave. Washington Court House, OH (Across from Bob Evans)

Schedule of Events:

TBA

Speakers:

Jim Wiesemeyer

From his office near Washington, DC, Jim Wiesemeyer contributes daily to Pro Farmer’s online website at FarmJournalPro.com, providing members with the latest information on agricultural policy and trade developments. He also is a twice-weekly participant in Farm Journal’s Agri-Talk radio program and serves as a Washington analyst for Pro Farmer. Jim will speak about farm policy and trade issues.

Mike Tannura

Mike Tannura is the founder and owner of T-storm Weather, which is widely considered among the best and most highly-respected weather and yield forecasting firms in the agricultural trading industry. He formulated the idea for the T-storm Weather subscription service while interning at Kraft Foods’ Dairy Procurement Division and completing the Master’s Degree, as he realized grain traders desperately needed easier-to-understand weather forecasts.  The initial forecasts and presentation provided by T-storm Weather in 2006 led to overwhelmingly positive reviews, and subscribers are now located throughout the U.S. and seven countries.  The service has also evolved to include weekly corn and soybean yield forecasts for the U.S., long-range forecasts for the U.S. and world, and now utilizes state-of-the art Geographic System Information analyses of crop and weather data to maintain a leading edge.


If you can't make it to this meeting please call our office at 937-393-8800 to schedule a time to review your 2020 coverage with Joanie.


 

Announcements

10-Dec-2019 : CORN - SOYBEANS - Loss Notice Reporting Date*

*Loss is to be reported Dec. 10 or 15 days after harvest

01-Feb-2020 : Production Cost Insurance

We offer Production Cost Insurance which Guarantees Revenue for Farmers. Click on the video below to learn more.

Learn More About PCI

Production Cost Insurance (PCI), a private product designed to safeguard agricultural producers’ profitability by covering both input costs and a significant portion of fixed costs. Farming is a high risk business, and volatile price movements in seed, chemical, fertilizer, and commodities make it difficult to predict farm revenue from year to year. PCI alleviates these concerns by providing a predictable annual revenue stream above defined, direct input costs.

The PCI plan of insurance is available through ICAP Crop Insurance. Call today for more information.

05-Feb-2020 : Market Outlook and Crop Insurance Meeting

15-Mar-2020 : CORN - SOYBEANS - Cancellation/Changes Date

29-Apr-2020 : CORN - SOYBEANS - Production Reporting Date

15-Dec-2020 : WHEAT - Acreage Reporting Deadline