Crops

Insured Acres

Total Acres

Percent Insured

Alfalfa Seed

2,032

4,700

43%

Apple

2,266

6,100

37%

Barley

21,196

40,000

53%

Blueberry

3,655

13,500

27%

Cabbage

8

500

2%

Canola / Rapeseed

2,947

3,900

76%

Cherries

6,263

15,800

40%

Corn

36,260

80,000

45%

Cranberries

1,055

2,800

38%

Dry Beans

2,763

9,200

30%

Dry Peas

2,903

8,700

33%

Forage Production

4,102

432,000

1%

Grapes

7,757

24,000

32%

Green Peas

12,703

18,900

67%

Hybrid Sweet Corn Seed

98

560

18%

Mint

419

21,500

2%

Mustard

0

1,400

0%

Oats

2,354

20,000

12%

Onions

10,323

19,500

53%

Pears

9,553

14,400

66%

Potatoes

21,046

45,000

47%

Processing Beans

2,010

8,300

24%

Processing Sweet Corn

7,928

14,000

57%

Soybeans

26

460

6%

Stonefruit

404

2,600

16%

Sugar Beets

6,225

10,000

62%

Triticale

1,165

2,800

42%

Wheat

638,430

709,000

90%

Crop Pilot Programs

Program

County Availability

Liability

Apiculture (Rainfall Index)

All Counties

$ 3,857,168

Cherries (Actual Revenue History)

Gilliam, Hood River, Marion, Polk, Sherman, Umatilla, Union, Wasco, and Yamhill Counties.

$ 31,891,358

Pasture, Rangeland and Forage (Rainfall Index)

All Counties

$ 103,216,578

Whole-Farm Revenue Protection

All Counties

$ 74,524,801

Dollar Liability Program

Total Dollar Liability

Livestock Gross Margin – Dairy

$0

Livestock Risk Protection – Fed Cattle

$0

Livestock Risk Protection – Feeder Cattle

$57,347

Livestock Risk Protection – Lamb

$0

Nursery (Fgc)

$221,640,680

15 Year Crop Insurance History for Oregon

Year

Policies Earning Premium

Net Acres Insured

Liability

Gross Premium

Losses

Loss Ratio

2005

3,508

880,312

544,763,378

18,275,217

24,826,438

1.36

2006

3,448

869,792

634,657,298

20,494,564

14,573,947

0.71

2007

3,416

960,014

676,854,869

23,992,759

20,716,820

0.86

2008

3,357

1,117,708

755,042,570

29,224,313

33,469,076

1.15

2009

3,283

1,058,039

791,684,826

48,894,050

96,675,066

1.98

2010

3,449

1,051,480

765,612,776

34,769,213

8,121,099

0.23

2011

3,523

942,842

729,961,859

43,996,637

6,669,994

0.15

2012

3,512

897,926

652,996,785

39,537,544

6,524,941

0.17

2013

3,494

921,465

669,315,696

38,925,747

39,370,437

1.01

2014

3,398

906,187

622,262,639

34,619,620

29,107,403

0.84

2015

3,355

1,009,130

638,806,987

33,268,724

48,055,421

1.44

2016

3,281

1,259,385

665,297,079

37,543,365

21,805,360

0.58

2017

3,152

1,494,669

649,706,548

38,766,030

7,416,725

0.19

2018

3,208

3,045,165

731,064,900

43,650,369

28,575,463

0.65

2019

3,357

6,277,932

838,041,709

59,609,947

30,064,234

0.55

Data current as of January 21, 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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