Crops Insured Acres
Total Acres
Percent Insured
Annual Forage
37,127   N/A  N/A
Barley 5,998  14,766  41%
Canola 40,609    44,782 91%
Corn 5,092,209  5,351,947  95%
Cotton  149,891 155,255   97%
Dry Beans 6,449   8,314  78%
Dry Peas  5,285   12,037  44%
Grain Sorghum 2,175,809  2,392,822  91%
Hybrid Sorghum Seed  126   N/A  N/A
Millet 281  27,336  1%
Oats 3,657   108,068 3%
Onions 175  261  67%
Pasture, Rangeland and Forage  973,758  N/A  N/A
Potatoes 2,419  3,072 79%
Silage Sorghum 16,388   N/A  N/A
Soybeans 4,010,095  4,712,130  85%
Sunflowers  32,445  48,122  67%
Wheat    7,417,791  94%
Crop Pilot Programs
Program County Availability  Total Liability
Annual Forage All Counties  $7,962,111
Apiculture All Counties  $116,150
Cottonseed Pilot Endorsement All counties with existing cotton programs $3,510,764
Pasture, Rangeland, Forage All Counties  $53,546,759
Sesame Barber, Harper, Kingman, and Sumner counties  $10,643
Silage Sorghum Barton, Decatur, Ellis, Finney, Ford, Gove, Graham, Grant, Gray, Greeley, Hamilton, Haskell, Hodgeman, Kearny, Lane, Logan, Meade, Morton, Ness, Norton, Osborne, Phillips, Rawlins, Rooks, Rush, Russell, Scott, Seward, Sheridan, Sherman, Smith, Stanton, Stevens, Thomas, Trego, Wallace, and Wichita  $3,763,007
Supplemental Coverage Option (SCO) All Counties with existing programs  $6,463,997
Whole Farm Revenue Program All Counties $10,501,641
Dollar Liability Program  Total Dollar Liability
Livestock Gross Margin - Cattle  $0
Livestock Gross Margin - Dairy $1,319,565
Livestock Gross Margin - Swine  $5,211
Livestock Risk Protection - Fed Cattle $2,320,495
Livestock Risk Protection - Feeder Cattle $16,257,827
Livestock Risk Protection - Lamb $335,225
Livestock Risk Protection - Swine  $0
Nursery  $5,278,197
15 Year Crop Insurance History for Kansas
Year Policies Earning Premium
Net Acres Insured
Liability Gross Premium
Losses Loss Ratio
2004
 127,433  16,090,749  2,017,228,672  259,400,033  299,722,526  1.16
2005
 123,938  16,410,578  1,894,995,748  261,377,895  118,333,372  0.45
2006
 117,981  15,771,516  1,944,310,081  281,377,895  337,285,509  1.20
2007
 115,247  16,348,649  2,877,722,649  442,365,985  398,067,386  0.90
2008
 117,236  16,499,674  3,988,001,425  664,507,282  412,868,709  0.62
2009
 117,697  16,972,942  4,066,637,025  730,874,047  290,793,016  0.40
2010
 117,155  17,301,958  3,549,008,070  543,510,405  142,418,909  0.26
2011
 117,439  17,406,899  5,294,208,259  797,003,303  1,086,414,238  1.36
2012
 119,896  18,274,929   5,667,067,784  808,855,001  1,373,244,693  1.70
2013
 122,319  19,185,245 5,899,410,524
 852,101,659  957,071,859  1.12
2014
 121,024  18,834,528  4,822,308,274  668,976,760  614,637,146  0.92
2015
 123,196  19,308,289  4,415,403,968  648,239,400  333,732,143  0.51
2016
 119,210  19,172,375  4,157,775,280  603,705,245  74,700,596  0.12
2017
 115,177  19,254,673  4,387,115,138  619,998,667  284,048,182  0.46
2018  113,070 19,486,168 4,593,910,524 605,609,115 325,745,212 0.54
Data current as of March 8, 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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