Traditional Claim vs. Precision Claim

November 19, 2018

 

 If you have ever been through the claim process for crop insurance, most likely you are familiar with the traditional claim method.  With traditional claims several documents are required including settlement sheets, bin measurements, feed records, and load logs.  Traditional claims can be time-consuming and require a lot of organization for both the producer and the adjuster. 

 

Many producers at Summit Ag have used our precision program to complete the claim process.  Data from across your farm is used to pay your claim with the precision claim method.  This means the exact areas planted and harvested are used to report acres and report production. With just the use of your precision planting map, harvest map, and a calibration report your claim can be paid accurately with our seamless process.

 

Our proven precision program offer you solutions to help optimize and put your technology to work.  Click here to read more about our precision program.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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