The Access Project, a Boston-based research affiliate of the Schneider Institute for Health Policy at Brandeis University recently released a report detailing the health insurance status of non-corporate farm and ranch operators in the states of Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, and South Dakota.
Findings from these seven states include:
Nearly all farm and ranch households have health insurance and are insured at higher rates than the nation as a whole. Over 90 percent of respondents said all members of their household were continuously insured in the past year. That compares to 72 percent of adults nationally.