Crops Insured Acres
Total Acres
Percent Insured
Apples 132 N/A N/A
Barley 0 N/A N/A
Blueberries 15,181 N/A N/A
Cabbage 1,557 4,100* 38%
Canola 818 N/A N/A
Corn 253,485 326,000 78%
Cotton 1,364,237 1,430,000 95%
Flue Cured Tobacco
11,699 12,500 94%
Fresh Market Tomatoes
1,632 N/A N/A
Grain Sorghum
7,038 25,000 28%
Oats 3,026 60,000 5%
Onions 10,787 11,600 93%
Peaches 6,258 10,000* 63%
Peanuts 626,584 665,000 94%
Soybeans 100,898 145,000 70%
Wheat 42,717 200,000 21%

* 2017 acres (2018 not available as of March 2019)

Crop Pilot Program
County Availability
Total Liability
Apiculture All $7,965,706
Pasture, Rangeland, Forage
All $25,268,868
Whole Farm Revenue Protection
All $4,975,256
Dollar Liability Program
Total Dollar Liability
Fresh Market Sweet Corn
$12,531,531
Nursery – Field Grown and Container
$47,333,575
Pecans (Revenue)
$137,873,493

* 2017 acres (2018 not available as of March 2019)

15 Year Crop Insurance History for Georgia
Year Policies Earning Premium
Net Acres Insured
Liability Gross Premium
Losses
Loss Ratio
2004 15,911 2,528,396 797,092,847 89,190,778 94,146,289 1.06
2005 14,347 2,457,981 730,038,995 78,579,917 59,083,188 0.75
2006 13,339 2,441,165 785,436,544 89,239,623 101,872,064 1.14
2007 14,142 2,443,929 787,131,035 91,458,251 96,918,807 1.06
2008 15,003 2,610,301 984,615,598 120,934,761 109,731,988 0.91
2009 14,349 2,526,274 912,810,413 109,116,969 97,274,025 0.89
2010 13,221 2,554,646 1,014,159,734 122,660,547 120,131,215 0.98
2011 13,445 2,667,543 1,504,118,992 203,231,516 223,271,047 1.10
2012 14,823 2,693,441 1,484,889,391 172,972,578 63,739,366 0.37
2013 15,586 2,896,342 1,393,781,431 151,002,535 113,437,821 0.75
2014 15,167 2,865,110 1,427,817,205 152,496,667 142,770,091 0.94
2015 15,888 2,746,579 1,297,758,021 154,457,777 100,499,026 0.65
2016 15,295 2,697,005 1,311,068,901 149,784,885 153,605,888 1.03
2017 14,780 2,721,750 1,505,039,432 166,187,278
179,234,622 1.07
2018  14,369  2,752,928 1,528,255,530  173,908,146  277,105,982  1.59
Data current as of March 11, 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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