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Use SMS to Streamline your Crop Insurance Reporting!

by Kaleb Lindquist on October, 15 2015 in Ag Leader, SMS™ Software, Value of Data

How can you make your crop insurance experiences easier this fall? Have you considered using your precision grain harvest data to speed up the process?

Adam Krultz, Marketing Field Representative from Rain and Hail L.L.C. says “Per the Risk Management Agency’s (RMA) Loss Adjustment Manual (LAM), producers who utilized their precision farming planting monitor data to report acreage can use their precision farming harvest data for production reporting. The producers must calibrate their yield monitors to manufacture specifications and be able to provide a calibration report and documentation. By utilizing this data for crop insurance purposes we are able to streamline acreage reporting, work claims accurately and quickly based on the GPS data, and make the agent and producer more efficient at both acreage reporting and production reporting time.”
 
Since SMS Software has the ability to import data form most precision ag displays on the market today, you can use your precision harvest data to streamline your production reporting, regardless of the color of your equipment! Just import your data into SMS and use the Insurance Export Tool to upload the information to your insurance provider. Check out the video below to learn how to import your data!

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*Note: Contact your insurance provider for specific details and requirements






In addition, you can use the powerful reporting tools in SMS to generate production reports to satisfy all of your reporting needs. Watch this short video to learn more:


 
 

 

Kaleb Lindquist

Kaleb started at Ag Leader as a Technical Support Representative in January of 2011, from there he transitioned to the position of Training Specialist and later, moved to his current role of Software Sales Specialist. Kaleb grew up on a farm near Albert City, IA where his family grows corn and soybeans in addition to raising hogs and cattle. He graduated from Iowa State University in the spring of 2012 with a degree in Agronomy emphasizing in crop production. In his free time he can be found back home helping on the farm, hunting, fishing, riding motorcycles, and spending time with family and friends.

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