At Strategic Farm Marketing, we have the industry’s best understanding of how to utilize the value of crop insurance as part of an effective grain marketing plan. We analyze all aspects of your farming operation to determine the crop insurance product and marketing plan that has the best opportunity for farm profitability with the least amount of risk.

We use our Revenue Maximizer software and other analytical tools to help guide the decision-making process. We offer all types of crop insurance, including county based insurance products and crop-hail coverage. We also offer digital mapping, and are one of the few agencies that can offer supplemental replant & prevent coverage for GRP & GRIP policies. Please see the “Crop Insurance” page for details on various crop insurance products.

Why Buy Your Crop Insurance from Strategic Farm Marketing?

  • We are crop insurance AND grain marketing experts.
  • We tie together your insurance coverage, cash sales, call options, and government programs in a way that makes it easy to make management decisions for your farm.
  • We do the research necessary to make the producer feel comfortable that they have made a well thought out decision.
  • We follow the goals of the farming operation. For some farms it is strictly cost, others it is protection, but for most it is give me the best protection I can get for the money I have budgeted.
  • Our Revenue Maximizer allows you to quickly evaluate the effectiveness of your marketing plan.
  • Strategic Farm Marketing is one of the few agencies that can offer supplemental Replant and Prevent Plant Coverage for GRIP and GRP policies.
  • We study grain market trends, supply & demand tables, and technical studies to determine grain marketing opportunities. We also use this information to help us determine the likelihood of a claim on a particular insurance product.
  • We help you determine which crop you should plant and why.
  • We make sure your crop insurance was done correctly, because this is your ultimate safety net.
  • Strategic Farm Marketing is a registered commodity brokerage firm and can execute any futures or options order that you want to do.
  • We also have grain marketing programs available for those who need more assistance marketing the crop.
  • Strategic Farm Marketing is also experienced with the Weatherbill line of products and how they may provide additional protection to your bottom line when used in conjunction with traditional crop insurance.

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