Originally Posted by Buehler445
I like the livestock disaster program. I don't think it will change much dollar wise, but it should get the money there faster. Although SURE payments were 1.5 years after the drought when they came.
It looked like they cut pretty deep in conservation. Hopefully it is out of the right places. It seems to me, in my limited exposure that conservation is where the dumb money is spent.
I'm interested in the option other than RP for insurance. I'm pretty sure if it is priced competitively, dudes will stick with RP.
If those dumb bastards put limits on insurance payments like they were talking about early, I might just kill somebody.
I can't believe sodbuster was so limited. Kansas and Missouri native grass and pasture land can qualify for full payment crop insurance and that is bullshit. But Grain guys have the power in Mo, Ks and Oklahoma so greed pays off again
Not sure what was cut in conservation. Looks like Crop Insurance and programs will involve a mandatory conservation component. I hear you on the limits deal makes zero sense but politics spins the high dollars and you and I know limits will just mean you break up the names and acres.
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