A focus on profitability, statistics, technology and management succession were among the topics discussed at an industry meeting on ways for farm mutual insurers to succeed in a changing marketplace.

The dialogue took place at the National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies, during its Phoenix, Ariz. convention, which ended yesterday.

Led by Larry L. Forrester, president and chief executive officer of the Insurance Education Foundation in Indianapolis, Ind., the session addressed the question of whether farm mutuals can remain successful as the number of farms keeps declining.

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