Wisconsin's #1 farm insurer can protect your dairy operation with Dairy Reveue Protection Insurance Coverage. Learn More about the coverage today!
As the number one farm insurer in the state of Wisconsin, we are excited to announce a new product called Dairy Revenue Protection.
Women have always played an essential part in farming, and more recently started taking the lead. Here are tips to help women farmers continue to grow.
Rural Mutual Insurance is proud to be back as an Elite Sustaining Sponsor supporting the farming industry at Wisconsin Farm Technology Days,the largest agricultural show in Wisconsin and one of the largest in the nation.
Proposals are now being accepted by the National Children’s Center for Rural and Agricultural Health and Safety for grants up to $20,000 to support small-scale projects and pilot studies that address prevention of childhood agricultural disease and injury. Application deadline is August 20, 2018.
Farm Bureau’s young leaders became lobbyists for a day while meeting with Wisconsin’s congressional delegation in Washington, D.C. on June 6. The issues discussed were trade, immigration and the farm bill.
Spring has finally arrived, but soil temps are still cold in many counties. Less than 5% of potatoes have been planted, 2 weeks behind last year. Here are some highlights from the Wisconsin Ag reports and prices for March 2018, according to the USDA...
Spring is here which means one thing for farmers: it’s time to hit the fields. Tractors and other implements of husbandry (IOH) are allowed to operate on Wisconsin roadways but are often large and slow-moving which can cause confusion for drivers sharing the roads.
News media reports of agricultural injuries and fatalities can fill an important information gap and provide near real-time, humanized stories for safety professionals and policymakers who are focused on the future of agricultural health and safety, according to research published in the journal Injury Prevention.
Here is what you need to know about the Ag prices for February 2018, according to the USDA: Wisconsin farmers intend to plant 3.85 million acres of corn, down about 50,000 acres from 2017. Learn more.