We understand the difference that the right equipment and insurance policy can make when it comes to harvest time. That's why the John Deere 600C Harvest policy leverages your John Deere equipment to provide protection against production loss after wind damage. The combination of the John Deere 600C Series Corn Head and this policy is another way that we use our understanding of the land and risk protection to bring you more solutions designed for your unique needs.
How the John Deere 600C Harvest policy works.
The John Deere 600C Harvest policy is designed to take full advantage of the capabilities of the John Deere 600C Series Corn Head. After a windstorm damages more than 5 percent of a unit with commercially grown field corn, the crop is assessed but final adjustment will be deferred until after harvest. After harvesting your field with an owned or leased John Deere 600C Series Corn Head, you'll provide the adjuster with the amount of production from the wind-damaged unit who will then determine the amount of mature, unrecovered corn. If this loss exceeds 2 percent of your unit guarantee, you may be eligible for an indemnity payment.
Benefits only available from John Deere Insurance Company.
Traditional coverage for wind damage is costly because it assumes a total loss of your crop, but oftentimes some of your crop can recover after a windstorm. With a John Deere 600C Series Corn Head, you can maximize your harvest potential with downed or leaning corn. The John Deere 600C Harvest policy gives you the right balance between protection and costs, leveraging the performance of your John Deere harvest equipment for increased production.
- Leverages your own equipment: Takes advantage of the performance of the John Deere 600C Series Corn Head, picking up more downed or leaning corn.
- More complete coverage at a discount: Gives you the risk management for production loss you need at the right price.
- Increased production: Maximizes your production by combining performance of the equipment plus the added coverage of this policy.
Available States (subject to approval)
CO, IA, IL, IN, KS, MI, MN, MO, NE, ND, OH, SD, WI