Crops

Insured Acres

Total Acres

Percent Insured

Apples

680

NA

NA

Barley

172

2,227

8%

Corn

3,671,517

3,926,715

94%

Cotton

359,043

391,664

92%

Grain Sorghum

21,628

34,608

62%

Grapes

0

297

0%

Hybrid Corn Seed

0

NA

NA

Oats

527

11,023

5%

Pasture, Rangeland and Forage

609,204

NA

NA

Peaches

13

922

1%

Peanuts

1,926

12,921

15%

Popcorn

10,900

16,470

66%

Potatoes

6,835

NA

NA

Rice

201,626

247,592

81%

Soybeans

4,971,759

5,491,882

91%

Tobacco – Burley

9

15

62%

Wheat

438,865

548,978

80%

Crop Pilot Programs

Program

County Availability

Total Liability

Apiculture

All Counties except St Louis City

$80,901

Cottonseed Pilot Endorsement

All Counties with existing cotton programs

$3,429,414

Pasture, Rangeland, Forage

All Counties (except St Louis City)

$82,849,617

Sprinkler Irrigated Rice

Butler, Bollinger, Cape Girardeau, Dunklin, Mississippi, New Madrid, Pemiscot, Ripley, Scott, Stoddard and Wayne Counties

$20,865

Margin Protection - Rice

Butler, Dunklin, New Madrid, Pemiscot, Scott and Stoddard Counties

$0

Supplemental Coverage Option (SCO)

All Counties with existing programs

$11,312,806

Stack Income Protection Plan (STAX)

All Counties with existing cotton programs

$1,254,554

Whole Farm Revenue Protection

All Counties

$5,698,234

Dollar Liability Program

Total Dollar Liability

Livestock Gross Margin - Cattle

$0

Livestock Gross Margin – Dairy Cattle

$0

Livestock Gross Margin – Swine

$0

Livestock Risk Protection - Fed Cattle

$0

Livestock Risk Protection - Feeder Cattle

$5,712,637

Livestock Risk Protection - Lamb

$0

Livestock Risk Protection - Swine

$12,600

Dairy Revenue Protection

$2,270,140

Nursery

$2,077,468

15 Year Crop Insurance History for Missouri

Year

Policies Earning Premium

Net Acres Insured

Liability

Gross Premium

Losses

Loss Ratio

2005

46,538

7,049,193

974,562,562

111,618,149

75,692,396

0.68

2006

45,493

7,034,436

1,106,488,846

128,215,519

27,484,709

0.21

2007

45,814

7,055,669

1,578,406,456

188,089,673

86,013,829

0.46

2008

46,605

7,437,689

2,252,776,316

301,771,123

327,665,792

1.09

2009

46,416

7,791,588

1,994,656,414

273,843,579

106,557,991

0.39

2010

45,563

8,028,922

2,123,511,958

250,427,052

254,834,365

1.02

2011

47,634

8,302,707

3,399,763,522

405,065,032

448,839,341

1.11

2012

50,183

8,526,910

3,503,292,154

367,463,194

1,160,174,033

3.16

2013

55,596

9,453,257

3,859,839,530

425,271,291

434,862,896

1.02

2014

55,031

9,313,545

3,396,295,061

380,008,738

103,723,307

0.27

2015

54,260

9,424,038

2,967,090,464

387,829,416

524,026,354

1.35

2016

52,618

9,343,047

2,957,975,922

356,783,159

66,187,386

0.19

2017

51,387

9,556,815

3,289,164,825

383,773,999

113,842,102

0.30

2018

51,457

9,899,921

3,510,454,656

383,778,621

224,046,690

0.58

2019

51,886

10,294,813

3,395,050,605

406,862,676

375,995,342

0.92

Data current as of January 7, 2020. 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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