Hurricane Florence Disaster Assistance
The NC General Assembly has established the Hurricane Florence Disaster Program of 2018. This is a one-time assistance program for agricultural producers of row crops, vegetables, fruits, specialty crops, and livestock who suffered a loss due to Hurricane Florence and is available in counties included in the Presidential Disaster Declaration. To apply, go to www.ncagr.gov/agriculturaldisasterprogram between the dates of November 7 and December 10. You will need an electronic copy of your FSA-578 and a completed W-9 form to verify your tax ID number. You can also contact your local agricultural extension office.
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At Flatlands Group we realize that farming is the backbone of our country, and no matter how large or small your farming operation is, we have the expertise to help properly insure your business.
How to know when you need a new Crop Insurance Agent/Company
- Do you have crop insurance?
- Does your agent requote your policy every year?
- Does your agent visit your farming operation?
- Does your agent explain your coverage?
- Does your agent provide you with educational materials?
- Did your agent tell you about yield exclusions, revenue protection and seed endorsements?
- Does your agent offer crop hail policies?
- Do you know that sage coverage is available for Bertie, Chowan, Edgecombe and Martin Counties?
If you answered “No” to any of these questions, you need a new agent!
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