Crop Insurance Challenges and Prospects for Southern Irrigated Farms: the case of Arkansas
Participation rates by southern irrigated crop producers in most important crop insurance programs have been relatively low. This paper empirically examines why this may be the case in Arkansas, and proposes a novel “gross margin” product specifically targeted at meeting the needs of these farmers.
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