Crops Insured
Crops Insured Acres
Total Acres
Percent Insured
Annual Forage
64,055 NA NA
Apples 401 371 100%
Barley 67,718 68,901 98%
Corn 1,222,901 1,207,961 100%
Dry Beans
34,443 40,061 86%
Dry Peas
2,749 4,514 61%
Forage Production
2,720 NA NA
Fresh Market Sweet Corn
2,585 NA NA
Grain Sorghum
329,514 342,489 96%
Grapes 301 302 100%
Millet 227,246 295,211 77%
Oats 2,027 40,162 5%
Onions 2,473 3,117 79%
Pasture, Rangeland, and Forage
2,134,547 NA NA
Peaches 1,762 NA NA
Popcorn 2,117 NA NA
Potatoes 51,381 52,019 99%
Silage Sorghum
1,085 NA NA
Soybeans 8,812 11,491 77%
Sugar Beets
25,195 26,691 94%
Sunflowers 57,837 62,476 93%
Wheat 2,114,795 1,981,119 100%
Crop Pilot Programs
Crop Pilot Programs
Program Counties Available
Total Liability
Annual Forage – RI
All counties except Broomfield $6,073,872
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 $1,086,562
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 $80,285,959
Silage Sorghum Baca and Prowers County $120,458
Supplemental Coverage Option All counties with existing programs $612,142
Whole Farm Revenue Protection  All Counties
 $43,620,222
Dollar Liability Program
Total Dollar Liability
Livestock Gross Margin - Cattle
$0
Livestock Gross Margin - Dairy Cattle
$3,221,540
Livestock Gross Margin - Swine
$0
Livestock Risk Protection - Fed Cattle
$429,828
Livestock Risk Protection - Feeder Cattle
$1,963,255
Livestock Risk Protection - Lamb
$2,465,802
Livestock Risk Protection - Swine
$0
Nursery $24,181,993
15 Year Crop Insurance History for Colorado

Year

Policies Earning Premium

Net Acres Insured

Liability

Gross Premium

Losses

Loss Ratio

2002 16,114 3,694,123 485,707,337 53,545,709 152,301,751 2.84
2003 17,300 4,086,388 575,112,046 75,814,048 110,028,886 1.45
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 0.3
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

Data current as of January 20, 2017. 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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