RCIS Online Payment Option
Coming Soon: Online payments for producers


RCIS policyholders will soon have the option to make payments online, rather than mailing a check to RCIS for crop insurance payments.

RCIS is releasing the new service for tech-savvy farmers and ranchers. RCIS agents will have visibility to their customers' online payment information.

Policyholders will have two options to make secured payments online:

  • RCIS.com website
  • RCIS.com for Producers website (portal) 

Payments will post sooner than if mailed to RCIS.

The new service is part of an ongoing effort by RCIS to deliver industry-leading tools to help its agents and policyholders. Online payments will help speed up the payment process, reduce manual processing and save postage.


  • If you would be interested in online payments. A video about the new service can be found here.
  • Watch for a message soon announcing that the service will be available to all RCIS policyholders on September 1. 

RCIS Technical Assistance Center (TAC) 1-888-323-2137 Technical Support: Option 1: password, 2: agents, 3: team members

Farm Policy Facts

Social Spotlight: Crop Insurance Essential Strengths


The ongoing Farm Bill debate is sure to feature serious policy discussions about the benefits of crop insurance.

The fact is, crop insurance has become the cornerstone of the American farm safety net. But explaining why it has become the cornerstone can be difficult, especially if your audience is not familiar with crop insurance.

National Crop Insurance Services has a great resource to help you explain the “why” with 12 essential strengths in easy to understand and brief language with ready-to-go shareable social media graphics.

Check it out at cropinsuranceinamerica.org/about-crop-insurance/why-its-essential


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