The policy choice is tailored around the weight of calf, feeder or fed cattle the producer plans to sell. Producers should choose an expiry date which is the closest match to the expected sales date; however, it should always be after the expected selling timeframe. For example, if a producer plans to sell March 15 and policy expiry dates on the premium table are available for March 1 and March 29, it is better to choose March 29 because this will encompass the expected sales date and not expire prior to your planned sale date.
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