What are RSS feeds?
RSS, which stands for Really Simple Syndication, provides you with a new way of keeping on top of FBL Financial Group, Inc.'s information. RSS allows you to view constantly updated company information from FBL Financial Group, Inc. in one place. You can choose which feeds you would like to display.
How do I access the feeds?
You can access RSS feeds by using free Web-based readers such as Google Reader and My Yahoo!, or through downloadable software. Most Web browsers, as well as Microsoft Outlook, have built in RSS readers as well. RSS readers allow you to view the service you select in one place and, by automatically retrieving updates, stay current with new content soon after it is published.
After setting up your reader, you will be ready to use FBL Financial Group, Inc.'s RSS feeds. To subscribe to one or more feeds above, follow the instructions for your particular RSS reader.
These RSS feeds are provided by FBL Financial Group, Inc. and S&P Global Market Intelligence ("S&P") solely for the purpose of allowing you to view information from FBL Financial Group, Inc. within RSS readers for your personal and noncommercial use.
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