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The Ag Risk Solutions Team has combined experience of over 100 years in the Crop Insurance industry and the owner has been in the business since 1981.

 

 

We pride ourselves on being the most knowledgeable team in the industry. This knowledge extends beyond simply understanding the products we sell to also include a strong understanding of production agriculture as a whole. This enables us to better understand the needs of our clients.

 

Integrity is one of our core values. We practice integrity by being 100% transparent and honest with our clients and always striving to give advice that we feel is in the best interest of each individual client. We also view privacy as a very serious issue. Our clients must be able to trust us with private and personal information in order for us to have a mutually beneficial relationship. 

 

Ag Risk Solutions is an industry-leading Crop Insurance agency working with ag producers to help them make better, more informed risk management decisions.

 

 

The Ag Risk Solutions Team has combined experience of over 100 years in the Crop Insurance industry and the owner has been in the business since 1981.

 


 

 

We pride ourselves on being the most knowledgeable team in the industry. This knowledge extends beyond simply understanding the products we sell to also include a strong understanding of production agriculture as a whole. This enables us to better understand the needs of our clients.

 


 

Integrity is one of our core values. We practice integrity by being 100% transparent and honest with our clients and always striving to give advice that we feel is in the best interest of each individual client. We also view privacy as a very serious issue. Our clients must be able to trust us with private and personal information in order for us to have a mutually beneficial relationship. 

 

Ag Risk Solutions is an industry-leading Crop Insurance agency working with ag producers to help them make better, more informed risk management decisions.

 

 



Commentary
Cotton Falling at Midday
Midday action in the cotton market is showing losses of 48 to 198 points so far on Wednesday, as the trend remains lower. Pressure is being felt from the crude oil side of things, with futures down $2.79 at midday. ICE certified cotton stocks were up another 2,269 bales on...
Wheat Pushing Lower at Midday
The wheat markets are heading lower at midday, pressed by the winter wheat. Chicago contracts are down 8 to 9 cents at midday, as well as the Kansas City futures. Minneapolis spring wheat is steady to 3 cents in the red at midday. USDA will release the weekly Export Sales...
Beans Holding Up on Wednesday
Soybeans are trading on the higher side of unchanged so far on the midweek session as futures are up 1 to 2 ½ cents so far. The product values keep a supportive thing for once this week, with Soymeal up $1.50 to $1.90/ton and Soy Oil 8 to 9 points...
Cattle Pulling Back After Early Week Gains
Live cattle futures are down anywhere from a quarter to $1.45 at midday. Cash action has been quiet this week. The Central Stockyards Fed Cattle Exchange saw no sales on the 1,376 head listed, with bids at $181 and asks at $184. Feeder cattle are also in retreat after running...
Hogs Mostly Lower on Wednesday
Hogs are down 15 to 52 cents across most contracts, with exception to a 12 cent gain in the August. USDA’s National Average Base Hog negotiated price was up $2.31 at $88.45 in this morning report. The CME Lean Hog Index was another 25 cents higher at $90.98 on April...
Corn Back to Lower at Midday
Corn futures are felling some spillover pressure from wheat, as contracts are down ½ to 2 cents at midday. New crop December is 1 ½ cents lower. EIA data from this morning showed a sharp 73,000 barrel per day drop to ethanol production in the week that ended on April...


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