On January 10, 2010, the Risk Management Agency issued Managers Bulletin MGR-20-001, that expended the number of counties where certain crops are insured for the 2020 crop year for spring cops.
ANALYSIS – The bulletin contained an attachment that listed the expanded counties. That list is contained below.
Cabbage – New Jersey (Atlantic County), New York (Cayuga, Yates Counties), Pennsylvania (Indiana County), West Virginia (Patrick County)
Cotton – Oklahoma (Beaver County), Texas (Lipscomb County)
Flax – Montana (Blaine, Chouteau, Dawson, Glacier, Hill, Liberty, Phillips, Pondera, Richland, Teton, Toole, Wibaux Counties)
Fresh Mkt Tomatoes – North Carolina (Buncombe, Henderson Counties)
Grain Sorghum – Iowa (Keokuk, Mahaska Counties), Minnesota (Pipestone, Stearns, Wright Counties), Wisconsin (Calumet County)
Green Peas – Iowa (Boone, Hamilton, Hardin, Howard, Pocahontas Counties), Minnesota (Lac qui Parle County)
Hybrid Corn Seed – Iowa (Mitchell County), Minnesota (Jackson, Nicollet, Pope, Rice Counties), Wisconsin (Dodge, Dunn, Jefferson, Juneau, Waushara Counties)
Mustard – Idaho (Oneida County)
Onions – Minnesota (Clay, Freeborn Counties), Wisconsin (Adams, Columbia, Green Lake, Jefferson, Marquette, Sauk, Walworth Counties)
Peanuts – North Carolina (Craven, Lenoir Counties)
Potatoes – Idaho (Oneida County), Pennsylvania (Northumberland County), West Virginia (Preston County), Wisconsin (Green Lake, Marinette, Oconto, Wood Counties)
Soybeans – Pennsylvania (Bradford, McKean, Potter, Sullivan, Susquehanna Counties)
Sweet Corn – Maryland (Cecil, Wicomico, Worcester Counties), New Jersey (Cumberland, Salem Counties)
All statements made are opinions of the author and are not intended to provide legal opinions or legal advice.