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At Farm Credit Midsouth, we not only want to help you achieve your dreams, we want to help you protect them. That’s why we provide risk management services to protect your investment and profit. As a farmer or rancher in eastern Arkansas and southeast Missouri, you know the weather can change in an instant, more often than not for the worse. With all of the uncontrollable factors associated with farming, it’s important to go to every length to protect your livelihood out in the field. FCM offers crop insurance plans with affordable rates and fast, fair claims to help you do just that.

Multi-Peril Crop Insurance is production-based coverage against a yield loss. MPCI policies are a risk management tool available to agricultural producers. You’ll want to consider how a policy will work in conjunction with their other risk management strategies to ensure your best possible outcome each crop year. Our insurance representatives possess years of experience and will assist you in developing a management plan that works for your operation.

Crop Hail Insurance provides value per acre protection against hail loss, vandalism, fire, transit and storage protection. Crop hail insurance is a non-subsidized crop insurance program which gives supplemental, acre-by-acre protection to reflect the actual cash value of the crop, covering the gaps that an MPCI policy does not cover. Producers can choose the crop, acreage, and guarantee level that works best for their operation. Our specialists can customize a policy to your operation.

Revenue Coverage Insurance guarantees revenue per acre with price protection. Our policies provide protection against lost revenue caused by production loss, price increase or decrease, or a combination ofyield and price.

Discuss Crop Insurance with your trusted FCM Advisors today!


Senior Crop Insurance Specialist


Mike Montgomery


Senior Crop Insurance Specialist


Kim Lamb


Senior Customer Service Specialist


Celia Wooten


VP, Branch Manager


Stanley Mitchell

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