Crops

Insured Acres

Total Acres

Percent Insured

Apples

535

1,449*

37%*

Barley

179

1,352

13%

Burley Tobacco

772

NA

NA

Canola

190

223

85%

Corn

4,772,838

5,000,000

95%

Cucumbers

1,736

NA

NA

Grain Sorghum

6,075

11,868

51%

Hybrid Corn Seed

39,099

NA

NA

Mint

4,132

NA

NA

Pasture Rangeland Forage

21,967

NA

NA

Peaches

61

256*

24%*

Popcorn

68,997

NA

NA

Potatoes

4,086

4,764

86%

Processing Beans

867

1,367

63%

Soybeans

4,543,364

5,400,000

84%

Tomatoes

6,681

7,095

94%

Wheat

165,823

330,000

50%

* Most recent NASS Data available is from 2017, as reporting parameters have changed for fruit crops. Perennial acreage sees minimal change.

NA = Not Available

Crop Pilot Programs

Program

County Availability

Total Liability

Apiculture

All counties

236,077

Cucumbers

Bartholomew, Elkhart, Fulton, Jackson, Jasper, Knox, Kosciusko, LaPorte, LaGrange, Marshall, Porter, Pulaski, St. Joseph, Starke

1,317,691

Pasture Rangeland Forage

All counties

5,857,513

Swine

All counties

18,448

Whole Farm Revenue Protection

All counties

23,356,266

Dollar Liability Program

Total Dollar Liability

Area Risk Protection Insurance (ARPI)

401,210,052

Area Risk Protection Insurance-Harvest Price Exclusion (ARPI)

5,037,166

Livestock Gross Margin (LGM)

18,448

Livestock Risk Protection (LRP)

0

Nursery

415,421

15 Year Crop Insurance History for State

Year

Policies Earning Premium

Net Acres Insured

Liability

Gross Premium

Losses

Loss Ratio

2005

42,004

7,704,634

2,002,812,466

163,314,451

38,942,535

0.24

2006

40,682

7,785,011

2,321,033,899

194,348,438

35,160,245

0.18

2007

39,856

7,797,901

3,499,131,915

300,939,269

110,121,701

0.37

2008

40,396

7,824,614

4,617,147,027

449,367,282

524,765,981

1.17

2009

42,181

8,242,395

3,749,589,077

384,123,675

96,676,899

0.25

2010

40,993

8,272,772

3,764,537,314

305,454,447

82,026,600

0.27

2011

42,921

8,556,637

5,762,524,848

512,812,721

133,759,373

0.26

2012

43,492

8,745,475

5,761,469,545

437,698,659

1,484,502,434

3.39

2013

48,052

9,324,807

6,287,936,772

467,321,472

85,585,874

0.18

2014

47,769

9,369,523

5,165,210,788

376,830,320

145,545,409

0.39

2015

46,459

9,362,875

4,669,510,719

368,410,670

281,213,748

0.76

2016

46,216

9,464,172

4,416,593,616

338,636,251

61,002,279

0.18

2017

45,003

9,518,964

4,793,222,052

380,489,254

109,610,484

0.08

2018

45,100

9,847,331

5,062,194,932

353,631,413

59,472,950

.17

2019

46,334

9,494,933

4,935,162,594

359,979,775

381,476,797

1.06

Data current as of January 24, 2020. 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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