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Registered: ‎07-18-2011

Re: Sorry

And if your in a high risk scenario ---like dry land farming in a drought.... The policies will exclude you after two losses.

There is not a group of farmers carrying each other.  It is "you pay for your losses" in either higher costs of no coverage.

Even if a neighbors irrigation makes the company money and has little risk.  Your dry land drought loss is on you ---Your out he is in.

He makes us money.  You don't.  Even the same producer is not allowed to moderate his higher risk practice with his low risk practice.

It is just a high class scam that hurts the small higher risk farms more than the low risk, well endowed farms.