Crops Insured Acres
Total Acres
Percent Insured
Annual Forage
94,931 N/A N/A
Apples 404 N/A N/A
Barley 56,333 N/A N/A
Corn 1,368,826 1,409,979
97%
Dry Beans
34,139 36,805 92%
Dry Peas
3,804 6,778 56%
Forage Production
1,900 N/A N/A
Fresh Market Sweet Corn
1,518 N/A N/A
Grain Sorghum
295,853 N/A N/A
Grapes 274 279
98%
Millet 222,544 348,214 64%
Oats 4,141 79,848 5%
Onions 2,748 N/A N/A
Pasture, Rangeland, and Forage
2,898,048 N/A N/A
Peaches 1,707 N/A N/A
Popcorn 1,502 N/A N/A
Potatoes 49,506 N/A N/A
Silage Sorghum
803
N/A N/A
Soybeans 15,346 18,163 84%
Sugar Beets
23,170 25,006 93%
Sunflowers 70,364 N/A N/A
Wheat 1,974,827 2,040,886 97%
Crop Pilot Programs
Program County Availability
Total Liability
Annual Forage - RI
All Counties except Broomfield
$25,856,534
Apiculture - RI
Adams, Alamosa, Arapahoe, Baca, Bent, Boulder, Chaffee, Cheyenne, Clear Creek, Conejos, Costilla, Crowley, Custer, Denver, Douglas, Eagle, El Paso, Elbert, Fremont, Gilpin, Grand, Gunnison, Huerfano, Jackson, Jefferson, Kiowa, Kit Carson, Lake, Larimer, Las Animas, Lincoln, Logan, Morgan, Otero, Park, Phillips, Pitkin, Prowers, Pueblo, Rio Grande, Routt, Saguache, Sedgwick, Summit, Teller, Washington, Weld, and Yuma Counties $963,900
Apiculture - VI
Archuleta, Delta, Dolores, Garfield, Hinsdale, La Plata, Mesa, Mineral, Moffat, Montezuma, Montrose, Ouray, Rio Blanco, San Juan, and San Miguel Counties $0
Pasture, Rangeland, Forage - RI
All Counties (except Broomfield)
$69,783,644
Silage Sorghum
Baca and Prowers County
$93,637
Supplemental Coverage Option
All Counties with existing programs
$578,253
Whole Farm Revenue Protection
All Counties
$102,891,562
Dollar Liability Program
Total Dollar Liability
Livestock Gross Margin – Cattle
$0
Livestock Gross Margin – Dairy Cattle
$4,063,410
Livestock Gross Margin – Swine
$0
Livestock Risk Protection – Fed Cattle
$0
Livestock Risk Protection – Feeder Cattle
$2,177,122
Livestock Risk Protection – Lamb
$11,733,617
Livestock Risk Protection – Swine
$0
Nursery $27,378,473
15 Year Crop Insurance History for Colorado
Year Policies Earning Premium
Net Acres Insured
Liability Gross Premium
Losses
Loss Ratio
2004 17,354 3,937,427 605,571,521 87,123,499 136,325,443 1.56
2005 17,168 3,929,057 579,084,551 85,126,606 98,609,196 1.16
2006 16,093 3,671,439 576,856,692 91,629,180 138,607,569 1.51
2007 16,548 6,076,508 822,143,861 138,007,727 47,266,183 0.34
2008 16,288 5,579,763 1,069,459,040 183,589,237 190,242,967 1.04
2009 16,047 5,736,574 1,048,417,294 208,518,499 88,394,584 0.42
2010 15,454 5,221,592 901,333,922 148,272,288 44,375,863 0.30
2011 15,946 5,479,423 1,309,696,421 212,914,761 143,339,447 0.67
2012 15,976 6,102,973 1,393,649,405 217,693,066 278,079,284 1.28
2013 16,830 7,180,211 1,443,194,872 243,466,482 403,746,428 1.66
2014 16,202 7,445,073 1,244.400,355 193,232,431 168,077,326 0.87
2015 16,019 7,185,769 1,076,474,484 172,510,173 106,215,388 0.62
2016 15,322 6,368,398 1,038,416,803 160,663,527 61,516,077 0.38
2017 14,965 6,731,530 1,119,752,048 165,128,818 81,949,550 0.50
2018 14,698 7,123,389  1,207,039,410 171,847,244  140,481,063 0.82
Data current as of February 15, 2019. For current data go to RMA’s Summary of Business tool.
Where to Buy Crop Insurance
All multi-peril crop insurance, including Catastrophic Risk Protection policies, are available from private crop insurance agents. A list of crop insurance agents is available at all USDA service centers and on RMA’s website.
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