Crops

Insured Acres

Total Acres

Percent Insured

Apples

22,193

32,500**

68%

Barley

898

15,000

6%

Blueberries

12,414

19,700**

63%

Cabbage

2,979

3,700

81%

Cherries

15,670

33,800**

46%

Corn

1,755,881

2,300,000

76%

Cucumbers

16,380

38,000

43%

Dry Beans

156,597

195,000

80%

Forage Production

18,297

N/A

N/A

Forage Seeding

222

N/A

N/A

Grapes

6,098

12,500**

49%

Green Peas

587

N/A

N/A

Hybrid Corn Seed

26,156

N/A

N/A

Mint

1,634

N/A

N/A

Oats

6,753

75,000

9%

Onions

1,103

N/A

N/A

Pasture Rangeland Forage

14,916

N/A

N/A

Peaches

1,083

2,100**

52%

Popcorn

1,217

N/A

N/A

Potatoes

34,168

50,000

68%

Processing Beans

3,102

N/A

N/A

Soybeans

1,520,285

2,300,000

66%

Sugar Beets

121,226

150,000

81%

Tomatoes

1,687

5,700

30%

Wheat

364,427

510,000

71%

** Most recent NASS Data available is from 2018, as reporting parameters have changed for fruit crops. Perennial acreage sees minimal change.

N/A = Not Available

Crop Pilot Programs

Program

County Availability

Total Liability

Cherry Actual Revenue History (ARH)

Allegan, Antrim, Benzie, Berrien, Cass, Charlevoix, Grand Traverse, Kent, Leelanau, Manistee, Mason, Muskegon, Newago, Oceana, Ottawa and Van Buren

24,795,448

Cucumbers

Allegan, Arenac, Bay, Gladwin, Gratiot, Ionia, Isabella, Mecosta, Midland, Montcalm, Muskegon, Newago, Ottawa, Saginaw, Sanilac, St. Joseph and Tuscola

11,676,415

Whole Farm Revenue Protection

All Counties

62,106,613

Dollar Liability Program

Total Dollar Liability

Area Risk Protection Insurance (ARPI)

16,540,288

Area Risk Protection Insurance-Harvest Price Exclusion (ARPI)

0

Forage Seeding

38,957

Livestock Gross Margin (LGM)

3,814,334

Livestock Risk Protection (LRP)

359,531

Nursery

15,808,083

15 Year Crop Insurance History for State

Year

Policies Earning Premium

Net Acres Insured

Liability

Gross Premium

Losses

Loss Ratio

2005

20,755

3,571,114

923,238,152

74,003,006

20,152,381

0.27

2006

20,567

3,602,465

965,117,072

78,775,310

21,675,200

0.28

2007

20,102

3,695,142

1,369,087,036

116,006,160

71,684,040

0.62

2008

20,697

3,701,720

1,689,953,816

165,789,797

167,393,134

1.01

2009

21,812

3,934,681

1,472,281,517

154,920,355

94,067,618

0.61

2010

21,597

3,993,772

1,441,097,317

135,252,540

55,309,843

0.41

2011

22,456

4,107,615

2,078,151,630

211,413,410

45,893,628

0.22

2012

22,801

4,254,507

2,189,180,179

195,112,509

236,626,085

1.21

2013

26,640

4,293,547

2,304,549,030

195,956,265

47,542,445

0.24

2014

23,226

4,340,410

2,006,274,759

179,273,800

117,621,318

0.66

2015

22,624

4,260,104

1,882,581,390

172,280,496

56,839,259

0.33

2016

31,802

4,188,061

1,682,682,708

160,116,973

36,477,747

0.23

2017

20,563

4,200,460

1,790,256,757

175,446,952

75,520,829

0.43

2018

20,400

4,186,354

1,929,313,102

164,141,374

66,925,065

0.41

2019

20,995

4,105,972

1,739,569,261

159,459,006

242,063,006

1.03

Data current as of January 13, 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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