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More Crop Insurance 01/16/2013 @ 8:16am I was insured at full rate for corn in '12 and will likely go up to that in beans and corn in '13. With prices as they are and no certainty that the drought is over, it seems logical to insure at a high level under the present Farm Bill extension. When the new Farm Bill is written, I'll have to reevaluate the insurance.

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