Life in the agricultural industry doesn't always go as planned. If you're dealing with a bad yield, drought or hail damage, it's important to have crop insurance to minimize your risk. Storm Insurance LLC employs the best crop insurance agents to assist producers in developing viable management plans.
Contact one of our crop agents to learn how Storm Insurance can help with any of the crop insurance plans.
When you need a crop insurance agent in Owensboro, KY, look no further than Storm Insurance. We offer a wide range of agriculture insurance plans for your satisfaction.
We work with producers to help them consider how insurance will work in conjunction with their other risk management strategies to insure the best possible outcome each crop year. Our crop insurance agents can assist producers in developing a good management plan.
- Crop Hail
- Named Peril
- Whole-Farm Revenue Protection
- Nursery Insurance
- Pasture, Rangeland, and Forage
- Revenue Protection
- Area Yield Protection
- Area Revenue Protection
- Livestock Insurance
- Actual Production History
- Harvest Max
- Yield Protection
- Dairy Revenue Protection
Rich is the Vice President of Farm Services at NAU Country Insurance Company. He was raised on a corn and soybean farm in east-central Illinois, and is a graduate of the University of Illinois. He spent 12 years working in the grain business prior to working with producers on risk management starting in 2000. Rich's role with NAU Country is to provide market information and revenue management advice to producers in a variety of ways. Rich provides a daily market report on WLDS radio in Jacksonville, Illinois, and is a regular contributor on both the Red River Farm Network and the American Ag Radio Network.
Start your day off right with a two-minute recorded call on the daily grain updates. These calls will be provided around 8:35 a.m. CT each weekday morning.
Receive a daily email highlighting the day's trade & thoughts on managing price risk. Rich provides a simplistic way to look at the market and how outside factors can take their toll.