Crop Top :Insurance Payouts Will Drive UP Premiums In 2024

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Crop Top :Insurance Payouts Will Drive UP Premiums In 2024

In 2024, crop insurance payouts will drive up premiums.

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For the 2024 crop year, producers should expect higher crop insurance premiums. The losses in 2021 and 2022 are the primary cause of the increase.

“The results of the conditions in 2021 and 2022 and the associated losses are being felt this year,” Agriculture Financial Services (AFSC) CEO Darryl Kay said.

“As many producers know, the insurance fund balance and individual producers’ experiences were impacted by the historic claim payments in 2021, which resulted in higher premiums.

We are not attempting to make up for recent losses in a short amount of time; instead, our premium framework adopts a 25-year timeframe. For our clients, this longer view means more premium predictability and stability.

One of the main forces behind the most recent premium increases appears to have peaked, if not declined, for the majority of crops: commodity prices.

With the exception of durum wheat and the majority of pulse crops, price-driven premium increases are not anticipated for many crops in 2024.

The main factor predicted to drive premium increases in 2024 is loss experience.

Controlling premium expenses

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When it comes to controlling the yearly and perennial premiums for crop insurance, clients have choices. Hay production-based insurance, along with moisture deficiency and corn heat unit insurance, offers a range of price options.

Options for coverage levels range from 50 to 80 percent for the majority of commodities covered by AFSC’s production-based insurance products.

Moreover, AFSC offers a two percent discount on accounts settled within fifteen days of the invoice. Interest begins to accrue on delinquent accounts in September.

In order to discuss their circumstances and options for handling premium increases while managing risk, clients are encouraged to get in touch with their insurance relationship manager.

Every client’s farm is unique, and conditions vary annually, according to Kay. “It can be beneficial for clients to talk with their relationship manager about their operations and plans to see if they can adjust their risk management strategy to better fit their needs.”

Additional 2024 crop insurance changes

 

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A few minor adjustments are being made to AFSC’s crop insurance products for 2024, but no significant changes will be made.

The maximum number of insurable acres in the New Crop Insurance Initiative as of the 2024 insurance year

The Insurance Initiative will cover all acres included in the yearly crop subscription at a 50:50 ratio.

Products that previously lacked this coverage will now include accidental fire as a cause of loss. Customers who use products like hay insurance,

processing vegetable insurance, annual multi-peril insurance (without the hail endorsement), and insurance for honey production will profit from the additional coverage that will add accidental fire as a cause of loss for fire to the current fire caused by lightning peril.

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