Whole Farm Revenue Protection (WFRP) could help Farmers bridge the gap between their MPCI revenue coverage and their actual expected farm expenses/revenue in 2016. This new policy protects the farm by using the average farm income from 2010 – 2014 and considering intended planted crops for 2016. The genius of this policy is that 2010 – 2014 were high revenue years for most farming operations in the south, resulting from not only high prices but also high yields. Using those higher expected yields with today’s commodity prices, we can do a better job to protect the risk alongside the producer’s standard multi-peril revenue protection policy. The WFRP has many qualifications and details to consider so please contact Brian Montgomery at Alliance Ag Risk Management to help you navigate the process.