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Changes coming in the 2014 Farm Bill will require crop producers to make important decisions for their farms. The Bill eliminates direct and countercyclical payment programs and the Average Crop Revenue Enhancement Program (ACRE) replacing them with Price Loss Coverage (PLC) and Agricultural Risk Coverage (ARC). The decision to choose PLC or ARC should not be taken for granted. This decision effects how the producer will receive government payments through 2018 or the end of the current Farm Bill.

FCS Financial is a sponsor of free seminars presented by University of Missouri Extension staff to explain the differences in PLC and ARC.

“Understanding the changes and how your farm operation is impacted are key in the decision-making process for farmers,” says David Janish, CEO, FCS Financial. “The Extension and Farm Service Agency will provide information enabling producers to begin the evaluation process for risk management planning.”

Producers should plan on attending one of the following seminars to learn more about the Farm Bill and options available. Registration is free until November 5 at http://muconf.missouri.edu/farmbillseminar or call 866-682-6663.




























DATETIMELOCATION
November 10 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.Miner Convention Center
2610 E. Malone Ave. (I-55 Exit 67)
Miner, Mo.
November 11 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.Macon County Expo Center
1303 S. Missouri St.
Macon, Mo.
November 11 5 p.m. – 9 p.m.Missouri Western State University
Blum Union-Hoff Room 218/219
4525 Downs Dr. (East end of campus)
St. Joseph, Mo.
November 12 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.State Fair Community College
Thompson Conference Center
(South end of Heckart Science and Allied Health Center)
Sedalia, Mo.

 
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