Results of timber insurance study surprising, troubling
Published: September 11,2011
While landowners find timber insurance attractive, what they are willing to pay for it is significantly less than the going rate, and most choose to go uninsured and risk the losses even after Hurricane Katrina and last April’s destructive storms.
That was the finding of a recent timber insurance study conducted by the Mississippi State University Forest and Wildlife Research Center. The findings were released last month…
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