The Farmers Insurance Program is coming to Texas, and its going to cost taxpayers $4.3 billion over the next decade.
But that’s just the beginning.
The program will cover about 2 million people in Texas.
The program is designed to provide affordable, quality health insurance to farmworkers.
But it is also designed to give farmers a way to lower the cost of their own health insurance, a big win for the state’s business community.
The new program will offer farmers and ranchers a way for them to sell their health insurance policies at lower rates than the national average, according to a press release from the Texas Farm Bureau.
It is designed so that the premium for a farmworker policy will be cheaper than that of a standard health insurance policy.
For those with a farmhouse policy, a farm policy will cost $10,000 less than a standard policy.
The Farm Bureau said the new policy will also give farmworkers an incentive to seek a policy that will give them a better value for their money.
The agency also said that the program will make Texas farmers a better economic engine, and will make the state more competitive with other states in the region.
Farmers can buy insurance from the program through a new online marketplace.
If they do, they can choose to enroll in a program that provides health insurance for those who have farmhouse insurance or other farming-related coverage.
If a farmer chooses to enroll, the policy will cover 90% of the cost for the policy.
The remainder of the premium will be paid by the farm, according a press statement.
The farm bureau said that this will give farmers better access to coverage than they have today.
Farmers will be able to buy policies at a lower cost and will have a greater amount of control over their medical care, farm bureau President and CEO Brian Dufault said.
In Texas, the Farm Bureau’s role will be to make sure that the Farm Insurance Program works to the benefit of farm workers and farm families.
The Farm Bureau will also help farmers and other rural Texans to enroll and purchase policies.