He indicated in the dairy thread he used the government subsidized insurance but did not say at what level. I don't have a problem with that but a BTO with ten thousand plus acres should have to pay more than a few hundred dollars per crop for catastrophic coverage which is usually 50 percent of average yield. I don't think the government should have to provide anything more than a safety net for smaller farmers as opposed to helping mint millionaires. I think there should be a graduated scale as the acres increase the operator shoulders more of the true cost of coverage. Maybe do it in 500 acre increments.
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