Agri Insurance

Agri Insurance News and Latest Updates

Coconut and Banana growers takes benefits of crop insurance

Crop Pro gets approval from USDA to provide Federal crop insurance

Agri-insurance regulatory to monitor agricultural insurance

Use of remote satellites and drones for crop insurance scheme

Revenue Insurance Scheme for Plantation crops

CropIn Technology on Way to Become the Backbone of Crop Insurances

Objective of the Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana (PMFBY)

26.5% Farmers Sought Coverage under PMFBY

Now Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana (PMFBY) will implement Bihar

Westfield's Farm Insurance Program in KY

Insurance Options Expansion for Farmers by USDA

Agri Insurance: Options for Agricultural Insurance in Australia

Poultry Insurance Policy

Cardamom Plant & Yield Insurance by Agriculture Insurance Company of India

Weather Based Crop Insurance by Bajaj Allianz

Horticulture Crop Insurance by New India Assurance

National Agricultural Insurance Scheme

Agri-Insurance for 7 Crops Identified by Odisha.

A New Crop Insurance Scheme Given by Government.

A New Crop Insurance Scheme Given by Government.

New Crop Insurance Scheme Discussed by Ministers Panel.

Agri Insurance: Kerala National Crop Insurance Scheme.

Distress of Farmers Compound by Complex Insurance Policies.

Pilot on Crop Insurance Data Collection by Agri Ministry.

According to Govt, The Farm Insurance Coverage is Poor.

Government launching insurance scheme for farmers' assets.

Proposal for new crop insurance scheme by Agriculture Ministry

Vice President Urges to Develop Sustainable Agri-Insurance Products.

FSR report says, Agri-insurance coverage needs to expand.

Comprehensive plan for farmers.

In Tamil Nadu Rs. 32.46 Crore. Crop Insurance Relief.

Collector M. Ravikumar said that to be disbursed to 34,824 farmers the district had received Rs. 32.46 crore as crop insurance compensation.

The farmers will get crop insurance compensation, who insured crops in rabi season during 2013-14 and suffered loss in crops such as maize, black gram, green gram, gingelly, banana and chilli etc.

Through 106 Primary Agriculture Cooperative Credit Societies and sum of Rs. 46.9 lakh through nationalised banks to 185 farmers, Efforts were on to distribute the compensation amount of Rs. 32 crore soon to 34,639 farmers.

Source: http://www.thehindu.com/