(West Des Moines, Iowa – September 26, 2019) –
Farmers Mutual Hail Insurance Company of Iowa (FMH) today announced it will be
delivering prevented planting supplemental disaster payments to its
policyholders as a part of the Additional Supplemental Appropriations for
Disaster Relief Act of 2019.
“As a company that has been providing crop insurance for over 125 years, we know how one difficult year can mean ruin for many American farm families,” said Ron Rutledge, FMH president and CEO. “We are prepared to aid in the delivery of this much-needed disaster relief for our policyholders so they can get back to focusing on farming and providing for America.”
FMH, known as “America’s Crop Insurance Company,” is working diligently to deliver the prevented planting supplemental disaster payments as soon as possible to its policyholders.
About Farmers Mutual Hail
Headquartered in West Des Moines, Iowa, FMH has served America’s farmers since 1893 with a combination of financial strength, personal service, and Midwestern values. A leader in the crop insurance industry, the company has been managed by the same family for over 125 years and has a reputation of building lasting relationships that benefit their employees, business partners, and customers. FMH provides comprehensive risk management solutions, including private and federal crop insurance, reinsurance products and services, as well as farm and ranch insurance that includes auto, property, and liability coverage. The company leads the industry in utilizing the speed and accuracy of precision data for crop insurance processes with FMH Precision Crop Insurance Solutions™. Learn more at www.fmh.com.
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