Unchecked fraud costs our crop insurance program money. This pales in comparison to the political hit it takes in Washington and the public perception damage it does nationwide. If you know of anyone falsifying reports, hiding production, shifting units, or making illegal deals to obtain insurance, please report it anonymously to the OIG: 1-800-424-9121
If you're worried about hurting someone's feelings, remember that they're the ones breaking the law and ruining the system for you and everyone else.
What Happens When Fraud is Ignored?
Commodity Price 2019
Corn =$4.00 Feb$3.90 Oct
Soybean = $9.54 Feb$9.25 Oct
Wheat = $5.77 Feb$5.05 Aug
Durum (SD) = $5.98 Feb$5.24 Aug
Sunflower oil = $0.167 Feb$0.161 Oct
Sunflower conf = $0.225 Feb$ 0.219Oct
Sugar Beets (lbs sugar) = $0.146 YP
Silage acres require an appraisal to convert production to bushels - you must notify us before chopping.
Comingling production on top of last year's can only be done if the company inspects the bin before adding new crop
Keeping load records by field will greatly assist in any claim situation this fall no matter how to store or sell grain
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Cornfest, 4-H, Local Trade Shows, Big Stone and LQP County Fairs, Ortonville Pool Fund
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All statements may not officially represent the beliefs of Haugen Insurance Agency, inc, it's individual employees, or any of our affiliates. All information is provided with the intent of educating a producer about general insurance practices and topics. For any official documentation, reports, quotes, or policy declarations, refer to an agent, the RMA, or our cited sources.