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Quick Look at Yield Exclusion Option in 2014 Farm Bill

Author: 
Paul Goeringer

Photo by Edwin Remsberg, MDA

One new option for crop insurance in the 2014 Farm Bill  is Yield Exclusion (YE).  YE allows for producers to exclude specific yields from eligible years from their actual production histories (APH).  This exclusion can have an impact on producers’ APHs and crop insurance premiums.

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