Due to extreme dry weather conditions, African farmers are seriously affected by their crops failure with little or no more money to replenish their lands or support their families. With the mobile drought insurance, farmers are protected from such harsh conditions by paying a small surcharge fee upon purchase of seeds and fertilizers registered with an insurance company.
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Overproduction of last year's crops in the U.S. still affect the price in futures trading. Meanwhile farmers is predicted to still harvest a big yield of soybean and corn in 2016.