Crops Insured Acres
Total Acres
Percent Insured
Apples 673 673 100%
Barley
 170 2,202  8%
Corn  3,192,861  3,405,872  94%
Cotton 377,309  N/A  N/A
Grain Sorghum
 17,668  27,154  65%
Grapes  17  332  5%
Hybrid Corn Seed   0  N/A  N/A
Oats  204  7,753  3%
Pasture, Rangeland and Forage   507,823  N/A  N/A
Peaches   425  1,008 42%
Popcorn  12,055  N/A  N/A
Potatoes  6,910 6,915  99%
Rice 178,874  220,944  81%
Soybeans   5,154,998 5,784,577  89%
Tobacco – Burley   46  68  68%
Wheat  449,826  517,453  87%
Crop Pilot Programs
Program County Availability  Total Liability
Apiculture All Counties $123,270
Cottonseed Pilot Endorsement All Counties with existing cotton programs $1,590,141
Pasture, Rangeland, Forage All Counties (except St Louis City) $67,721,669
Sprinkler Irrigated Rice Butler, Bollinger, Cape Girardeau, Dunklin, Mississippi, New Madrid, Pemiscot, Ripley, Scott, Stoddard and Wayne Counties $28,071
Margin ProtectionRice Butler, Dunklin, New Madrid, Pemiscot, Scott and Stoddard Counties $0
Supplemental Coverage Options (SCO) All Counties with existing programs $3,259,293
Stack Income Protection Plan (STAX) All Counties with existing cotton programs $15,253,522
Whole Farm Revenue Protection All Counties  $7,835,325
Dollar Liability Program  Total Dollar Liability
Livestock Gross MarginCattle  $0
Livestock Gross Margin – Dairy Cattle  $507,585
Livestock Gross MarginSwine  $0
Livestock Risk ProtectionFed Cattle $852,532
Livestock Risk ProtectionFeeder Cattle  $9,188,766
Livestock Risk ProtectionLamb  $92,685
Livestock Risk ProtectionSwine $10,382
Nursery  $3,372,068
15 Year Crop Insurance History for Missouri
Year Policies Earning Premium
Net Acres Insured
Liability Gross Premium
Losses Loss Ratio
2004
 48,950  6,911,162  1,037,210,003  123,223,019  23,515,155  0.19
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
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 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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