Crops Insured Acres
Total Acres
Percent Insured
 Apples 505 N/A  -
 Barley 40,973  80,000  51%
 Buckwheat 273  N/A  -
 Canola 39,400 46,000  86%
 Corn 7,479,852  7,900,000  95%
 Cultivated Wild Rice 11,002  N/A -
 Dry Beans 170,960  175,000  98%
 Dry Peas 4,130  N/A -
 Flax 2,738  N/A -
 Forage Production 90,081  1,220,000  7%
 Grass Seed 32,332  N/A -
 Green Peas 48,518  N/A -
 Oats 37,890  180,000  21%
 Potatoes 36,692  44,000  83%
 Processing Beans 456  N/A -
 Soybeans 7,444,973  7,800,000  95%
 Sugar Beets 405,350  415,000  98%
 Sunflowers 47,888  52,500  91%
 Sweet Corn 100,278  N/A -
 Wheat 1,492,618  1,621,000  92%

- Insured Acres include Prevented Planting acres
- Total Acres are official National Agricultural Statistics Service estimates
- NA - Not Available

 Crop Pilot Programs
Program County Availability Total Liability 
 Apiculture – Rainfall Index  All Minnesota counties $6,863,693 
 Grass Seed  Beltrami, Kittson, Koochiching, Lake of the Woods, Marshall, Pennington, Red Lake, and Roseau counties $8,861,750
 Livestock Gross Margin – Cattle, Dairy Cattle, & Swine  All Minnesota counties $38,372,806
 Livestock Risk Protection – Fed Cattle, Feeder Cattle, Lamb, & Swine  All Minnesota counties $4,320,350
 Pasture, Rangeland, Forage – Rainfall Index  All Minnesota counties $6,219,901 
 Whole Farm Revenue Protection  All Minnesota counties $18,197,169 
 Dollar Liability Program  Total Dollar Liability
 Apiculture – Rainfall Index $6,863,693
 Forage Seeding $3,814,757
 Hybrid Corn Seed $3,576,489
 Livestock Gross Margin – Cattle  $0
 Livestock Gross Margin – Dairy Cattle $33,349,721
 Livestock Gross Margin – Swine  $5,023,085
 Livestock Risk Protection – Fed Cattle  $189,473
 Livestock Risk Protection – Feeder Cattle  $426,345
 Livestock Risk Protection – Lamb $1,608,408
 Livestock Risk Protection – Swine $2,096,129
 Nursery  $13,496,261
 Pasture, Rangeland, Forage – Rainfall Index  $6,219,901
 Whole Farm Revenue Protection  $18,197,169
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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