Svennes Crop Insurance is a family owned crop insurance agency serving the crop insurance needs of America's Farmers.  Crop Insurance is our only business.  Focusing only on crop insurance allows our agency to deliver prompt, accurate, peace of mind risk management in an ever changing crop insurance environment.  Call 1-800-800-6206 and have a member of our team stop by to show you how crop insurance can work better on your farm.
 
Contact Svennes Crop Insurance for a detailed quote on WFRP for your operation.

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Livestock Risk Protection (LRP) Protect your livestock from a price decline.  Subsidized 13%

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Federal Crop Insurance - offering farmers all available crop insurance policies

Hail Insurance - So many options to list! Contact us to have a quote tailored to your farm.

Hail/Wind/Greensnap - Add wind coverage to your hail insurance policy.

Production Plan - Using your federal crop insurance policy as the foundation we then build a hail or hail/wind insurance plan to cover up to 105%, 110%, 115%, 120% of your federal crop insurance APH.

Automated Crop Reporting - Svennes Crop Insurance is leading the industry in Automated Crop Reporting.  The Risk Management Agency (RMA) now allows your precision equipment to be a part of your crop insurance plan.  From the first day RMA allowed this, Svennes Crop Insurance has been implementing this process into our farmers risk management plans.  We have saved farmers time, money and hassle by using their precision equipment to report acres, report yields, pay claims and complete audits.  This is just another way Svennes Crop Insurance brings better service to our customers. 

 
 

 


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SVENNES CROP INSURANCE

Office:      1-800-800-6206
                 (605) 692-2928

Fax:         (605) 692-6650

Mailing Address:   421 8th Street South
                              Brookings, SD 57006

 
Jeff Svennes
Agent/Owner
Cell:    (605) 690-1311
Email:  svennesjeff@gmail.com

 

David Squires
Agent
Cell:     (605) 695-5205
Email:   squires.cropinsurance@gmail.com

 

Bill Heylens
Agent
Cell:     (605) 695-2542
Email:   Bill@SCIadvantage.net



Spencar Diedrich
Agent
Cell:     (605) 695-2831
Email:   SpencarD@itctel.com

 

Carlyle Halvorson
Agent/Underwriter
Cell:     (701) 799-7554
Email:   Carlyle@SCIadvantage.net


 


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@C - CORN - CBOT
  High Low Last Chg
Mar 373'2 368'0 368'4 -5'2
May 380'6 375'2 375'6 -5'4
Jul 387'4 382'2 383'0 -5'2
 
@S - SOYBEANS - CBOT
  High Low Last Chg
Mar 1046'2 1031'0 1034'6 -11'2
May 1057'2 1042'0 1046'0 -11'4
Jul 1065'6 1051'0 1055'0 -11'0
 
@MW - HARD RED SPRING WHEAT - MGE
  High Low Last Chg
Mar 555'4 546'0 548'2 -4'0
May 561'4 554'2 555'4 -1'4
Jul 566'0 559'2 563'0 -0'4
 
@LE - LIVE CATTLE - CME
  High Low Last Chg
Feb 118.000 116.550 118.000 1.400
Apr 115.100 113.125 114.775 1.675
Jun 105.450 103.950 105.175 1.225
 
@GF - FEEDER CATTLE - CME
  High Low Last Chg
Mar 124.550 123.400 123.975 0.250
Apr 124.550 123.425 124.175 0.450
May 123.475 122.450 123.250 0.675

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5-day Forecast for Brookings, SD
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36/60 40/55 36/61 39/55 30/38
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54/60 35/55 28/61 32/55 18/31
Dew Point
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49 43 37 40 29
Humidity
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71 78 60 72 80
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19 15 11 12 14
Precip
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- 55 - - 40
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None Rain
0.06
None None S: <1/4
L: 0.02
Evap
(in./day)
0.09 0.06 0.11 0.07 0.04
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Local Conditions
Brookings, SD
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Temp: 59oF Feels Like: 59oF
Humid: 72% Dew Pt: 50oF
Barom: 29.74 Wind Dir: S
Cond: N/A Wind Spd: 20 mph
Sunrise: 7:19 Sunset: 6:02
As reported at BROOKINGS, SD at 2:00 PM
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Brookings, SD
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High: 60°F
Low: 36°F
Precip: 0%
High: 55°F
Low: 40°F
Precip: 55%
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Low: 36°F
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Low: 39°F
Precip: 0%
High: 38°F
Low: 30°F
Precip: 40%
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DTN Weather Summary
Light Rain Saturday in Southeast
Bryce Anderson (Bio) – DTN Meteorologist

A few showers occurred during Friday in southeast Texas and southern Louisiana. Mostly dry elsewhere in the key crop and livestock areas in the central and southeast U.S. and across the Canadian Prairies. Temperatures ranged from the 30s in parts of the Canadian Prairies to the low 80s in south Texas. » More DTN Weather Commentary

Posted at 1:00PM Fri Feb 17, 2017 CST

 
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