The featured item in the DTN Washington Insider posting from Monday September 15, 2014 is worth re-posting in this blog space. This item deals with a real rubber-hits-the-road issue when it comes to climate change, crop production and farm policy. At issue is whether producers being allowed to drop a bad year from their production histories should be allowed in crop insurance programs.--Bryce
Washington Insider: Doing Something About the Weather
Part of the support for the crop insurance safety nets now being offered depends on the idea that the premiums are science-based, with their cost based on coverage ...