Crops Insured Acres
Total Acres
Percent Insured
Apples 329 *1,800 18%
Barley 393 1,980 20%
Blueberries 6,564 *9,100 72%
Corn 52,189 80,000 65%
Cranberries 1,342 *3,000 45%
Forage Production
42 NA NA
Forage Seeding
0 2,000 0%
Fresh Market Sweet Corn
682 NA NA
Grain Sorghum
123 2,068 6%
Oats 166 1,402 12%
Peaches 2,754 *4,700 59%
Potatoes 324 1,701 19%
Processing Beans
524 NA NA
Processing Tomatoes
997 NA NA
Soybeans 78,123 100,000 78%
Wheat 12,535 25,000 50%
       
*Total acres is 2015 NASS data
     
 Crop Pilot Programs
 Program County Availability
Total Liability
Pasture, Rangeland, Forage (Rainfall Index)
All Counties
 $0
Whole-Farm Revenue Protection
All Counties
 $0
 Dollar Liability Program
 Total Dollar Liability
Livestock Gross Margin- Dairy Cattle

 $374,520
Livestock Gross Margin - Swine
   $0
Nursery    $3,873,801
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 
15 Year Crop Insurance History for New Jersey
Year           Policies Earning Premium
   Net Acres Insured
Liability     Gross Premium
Losses  
    Loss Ratio
2002  1,158  164,670  66,449,047  3,014,706  3,751,661  1.24
 2003  1,078  149,378  63,366,499  3,356,025  1,636,166  0.49
 2004  1,096  161,091  72,698,186  3,621,223  1,205,756  0.33
 2005  1,066  156,842  87,429,768  3,483,354  1,516,429  0.44
 2006  994  148,034  78,353,813  3,064,897  715,307  0.23
 2007  971  144,709  89,441,344  4,175,927  2,154,874  0.52
 2008  981  156,108  105,045,352  6,044,286  4,206,555  0.70
 2009  1,107  160,326  100,401,996  6,371,236  1,193,104  0.19
 2010  1,054  153,522  85,756,159  5,888,156  5,097,264  0.87
 2011  1,133  171,961  110,896,764  8,955,523  3,149,413 0.35
 2012  1,139  176,128  113,619,189  8,032,950  3,482,641  0.43
 2013  1,154  174,872  106,825,204  8,348,099  3,953,015  0.47
 2014  1,146  172,822  81,682,820  7,161,078  2,543,313  0.36
 2015  1,067  161,208  77,180,505  6,000,162  4,567,145  0.76
 2016  1,018  157,387  71,339,629  5,820,718  3,518,810  0.60
  Data current as of February 6, 2017. 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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