Livestock

Livestock Livestock

Livestock Risk Protection program is designed to protect livestock producers against declining prices while letting them take advantage of a rising market.

Policy Details

  • Available for Feeder Cattle, Fed Cattle, Heifers, Steers, Swine, and Lambs
  • Producers can select Coverage Levels of 70 to 100%
  • Premiums are subsidized at 13% by the federal government
  • Coverage periods of 13, 17, 21, 26, 30, 34, 39, 43, 47, or 52 weeks
  • Coverage on a per head basis

There are 4 questions that must be answered for cattle:

  • What type of livestock to cover?
  • What is your target weight for your livestock?
  • What percentage of the cover price to cover?
  • What length of time to cover that price?

Livestock Risk Protection Pricing Module

Chicago Mercantile Feeder Cattle Index

Beef Cow-Calf Enterprise Analysis

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Ask us about our Single-Peril product to protect your pastures, hay ground, and forage ground for the lackof rainfall in producer designated periods of the year
We also have available for livestock producers the Livestock Risk Protection (LRP) program. It is designed to protect livestock producers against declining prices while letting them take an advantage of a rising market
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