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Crop Insurance from
American Federal Insurance Services, Inc.

At American Federal Insurance, we’re your trusted crop insurance advisors who can help you manage your risk and secure income for your operation.

 

We partner with leading companies to offer insurance products designed to protect you, your income and your operation.

 

We are the crop insurance experts that provide solutions to help you make sound business decisions.
 

 

If you have a claim, please contact your agent or contact us directly as soon as possible.
Please note that no coverage can be bound, changed or deleted through email, text or voicemail.

Multi-Peril Crop Insurance

MPCI is a federally subsidized program that provides coverage for losses due to decline in price and/or production. Coverage must be purchased by deadlines established by the Risk Management Agency (RMA).

Crop Hail Insurance

Crop Hail covers damage by hail and more on an acre-by-acre basis. It may be purchased at any point in the growing season.

Other Insurance Products

Pasture, Rangeland, Forage (PRF)
Margin Protection (MP)
Livestock
SCO/ECO
And more!
Wheat in field

American Federal has always been a trusted name in ag lending, and we bring that same level of trust and expertise to insurance.

 

We understand the challenges you face and can help you protect your operation with solutions that are customized for you.

Low yields, bad weather, and volatile prices can be catastrophic without proper coverage. Crop insurance provides a safety net and helps protect your livelihood. 

 

American Federal Insurance places honesty and integrity at the forefront of our business and are committed to helping you find the best coverage for your operation. 

Our Insurance Team

Crystal Mulcahy

Crystal Mulcahy

Licensed Agent
Director of Crop Insurance
COURTNEY-COSSETTE-WEB

Courtney Cossette

Licensed Agent
Operations Manager
Mary Starry

Mary Starry

Licensed Agent
 

Important Dates to Remember:

Spring Crop Sales Closing: 3/15

Production Reporting: 4/29

Earliest Planting Date: crop/county dependent, see your agent

Acreage Reporting: 7/15