USDA to exclude disaster yields from APH calculation

Implementation of a 2014 farm bill provision announced last week has the potential to be a "lifeline" for farmers following crop losses due to severe weather events and natural disasters, farm groups said last week.

The Actual Production History yield exclusion, or APH, allows farmers to exclude yields from exceptionally bad years from their production history when calculating yields used to establish their crop insurance ...

Members Only Content

Join Iowa Farm Bureau or login to view all members only content and receive other member benefits.