Texas Farm Credit Insurance Programs

Texas Farm Credit has served farmers and ranchers for generations, so we understand production agriculture and rural living. We offer insurance programs for both livelihood and life while valuing your concerns as much as you do.

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Crop Insurance

Most farmers opt for crop insurance to manage the risks that come with farming in Texas. Whether you’re in the business of wheat, corn, cotton, or peanuts, Texas Farm Credit makes sure your policy has the best coverage and price for your operation’s unique needs.

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Pasture, Rangeland, & Forage Insurance

Continue operating with the peace of mind that comes with a Pasture, Rangeland, and Forage—or PRF—insurance policy from Texas Farm Credit. Both our PRF and Annual Forage (AF) insurance programs reduce the risks associated with the uncertainty of rainfall for farmers and livestock producers.

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Livestock Insurance

We offer three livestock insurance products that are federally administered by USDA’s Risk Management Agency: Livestock Risk Protection (LRP), Livestock Gross Margin (LGM), and Dairy Revenue Protection (DRP).

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Credit Life Insurance

In addition to our crop, land, and livestock insurance, Texas Farm Credit offers credit life insurance policies tailored to our rural customers’ needs.

Types Of Insurance

Nothing is without risk – especially farming and ranching. Fortunately, insurance is available to help manage the risks that affect their livelihoods.

Success StoriesLegacy Farms

Jon Gwynn harvested the first crop that he could call his own in 2001, and he bought crop insurance from Texas Farm Credit for the first time that same year.

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Connect With An Insurance Representative

To take the first steps in insuring your crops, pasture/rangeland/forage acreage, livestock, and way of life, contact one of our insurance specialists who will walk you through our programs and find the coverage options that work for you.

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