Yes. The Disaster Relief Act requires all participants who receive a disaster payment to purchase crop insurance or NAP, for the crop in the county, for the next 2 available crop years. Producers may meet the requirement by purchasing Whole-Farm Revenue Protection crop insurance, if eligible. Producers that fail to meet this requirement must refund all payments for the crop in that county, including interest.
Do I need to keep my insurance policy for next year if I receive a prevented planting disaster payment?
Yes, if you receive a prevented planting disaster payment for a crop you must purchase crop insurance for that crop in that county for the next two crop years, but you may transfer to a new insurance company or agent. If crop insurance becomes unavailable for the crop in the county you are required to purchase a NAP policy instead.
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