Fraud on the Farm The crime scenes are cotton crops in Texas and tomato farms in Tennessee. The felons are farmers who falsely claim that weather ruined their crops so they can collect the insurance. This crime is growing in size and complexity, and some insurance companies are looking the other way.

High-Tech Methods Crack Farm Insurance Cheats

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Crop Insurance Program Ripe for Fraud

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Tomato Farmers Caught Out in Insurance Scam

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