Crop Insured
Crops  Insured Acres  Total Acres  Percent Insured 
Alfalfa Seed 4,908 9,600 51%
Apple 1,479 2,300 64%
Barley 412,470 600,000 69%
Canola/Rapeseed 15,110 23,200 65%
Cherries 9 800 1%
Corn 113,760 360,000 32%
Dry Beans 22,536 62,350 36%
Dry Peas 142,649 162,000 88%
Flax 247 433 57%
Forage Production 4,356 1,197,400 0%
Grapes 577 1,300 44%
Green Peas 0 0 0%
Hybrid Sweet Corn Seed 0 0 0%
Mint 4,152 17,060 24%
Mustard 4,847 9,712 50%
Oats 4,659 15,000 31%
Onions 4,756 10,000 48%
Potatoes 229,592 325,000 71%
Processing Sweet Corn 0 0 0%
Safflower 11,982 17,360 69%
Stonefruit 901 1,780 51%
Sugar Beets 123,524 170,000 73%
Wheat 901,888 1,180,000 76%
Crop Pilot Programs
Program County Availability 
Apiculture (Vegetation) All Counties
Cherries (Actual Revenue History) Canyon, Gem, Owyhee, Payette, and Washington Counties.
Livestock Gross Margin-Dairy All Counties
Livestock Risk Protection-Lamb All Counties
Livestock Risk Protection-Fed Cattle, Feeder Cattle, Swine All Counties
Pasture, Rangeland and Forage (Vegetation) All Counties
Whole-Farm Revenue Protection Pilot All Counties
Dollar Liability Program Total Dollar Liability 
Apiculture (Vegetation) $0
Livestock Gross Margin-Dairy $1,513,596
Livestock Risk Protection-Fed Cattle $149,244
Livestock Risk Protection-Feeder Cattle $161,902
Livestock Risk Protection-Lamb $400,881
Nursery $1,334,047
Pasture, Rangeland and Forage (Vegetation) $1,837,532
Whole-Farm Revenue Protection Pilot $289,285,201
15 Year Crop Insurance History for Idaho
Year Policies Earning  Net Acres Insured  Liability  Gross Premium  Losses  Loss Ratio 
2002 5,884 1,643,973 418,842,761 34,717,254 23,844,178 0.69
2003 6,044 1,697,916 477,631,712 38,280,586 36,084,930 0.94
2004 6,062 1,750,140 511,270,355 41,992,060 11,991,050 0.29
2005 6,318 1,848,178 536,790,401 42,229,957 16,742,117 0.40
2006 6,043 1,811,144 517,987,633 38,464,768 8,396,933 0.22
2007 6,289 2,153,544 593,363,911 42,995,067 18,632,874 0.43
2008 5,950 2,049,461 745,106,058 60,031,807 41,079,773 0.68
2009 5,932 2,140,711 971,129,107 89,978,032 98,366,839 1.09
2010 6,166 2,047,186 793,981,073 62,263,979 19,806,852 0.32
2011 6,246 2,130,145 1,015,644,230 83,306,104 41,660,789 0.50
2012 6,304 2,182,173 1,032,339,295 73,555,278 19,594,874 0.27
2013 6,484 2,273,693 1,122,915,729 79,614,718 35,388,226 0.44
2014 6,316 2,268,595 1,023,799,460 67,401,412 33,125,076 0.49
2015 6,020 2,204,321 960,418,642 55,355,466 49,752,470 0.90
2016 5,847 2,055,604 1,176,383,494 71,174,698 8,398,295 0.12

Data current as of January, 2017. For current data go to RMA’s Summary of Business tool.

Where to Buy Crop Insurance
All multi-peril crop insurance, including CAT policies, are available from private crop insurance agents. A list of crop insurance agents is available at all USDA service centers and on the RMA website at www.rma.usda.gov/tools/agent.html.
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