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Why Hasn’t Crop Insurance Eliminated Disaster Assistance?

This article reviews farmer participation in the Federal crop insurance program, which has been promoted as a replacement for ad hoc disaster assistance. Despite increased participation in crop insurance disaster assistance has been enacted. This article discusses the government costs of the crop insurance program, mainly premium subsidies, and how crop insurance participation varies by type of farm and region.

Publication Name
Amber Waves
Downloadable Documents
Author
Robert Dismukes and Joseph Glauber
Publisher
Washington, DC: USDA Economic Research Service
Page Numbers
34-41
Publication Date
June 01, 2005
Publication Type
Articles
State
National
Keywords
Farm Bill

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