Crops Insured Acres
Total Acres
Percent Insured
 
 Alfalfa Seed
2,027 6,200 33%  
 Apple 2,342  6,100  39%  
 Barley 21,481  43,000  50%  
 Blueberry 3,472  11,600  30%  
 Cabbage 4  800  1%  
 Canola / Rapeseed 2,886  4,200  52%  
 Cherries 5,881  15,800  37%  
 Corn 32,875  80,000  41%  
 Cranberries 1,086  2,800  39%  
 Dry Beans 3,802   9,200  41%  
 Dry Peas 3,988   5,700  47%  
 Forage Production 4,002   468,000  1%  
 Grapes 6,841  24,000  29%  
 Green Peas 14,739  20,400  72%  
 Hybrid Sweet Corn Seed 38 460  8%   
 Mint 540  23,000  2%  
 Mustard  0  3,200  0%  
 Oats 1,186 20,000  6%  
 Onions 8,196  19,500  42%  
 Pears 9,956   14,400  69%  
 Potatoes 26,175   46,000  57%  
 Processing Beans 1,547  10,200  6%  
 Processing Sweet Corn 7,663   24,000  32%  
 Soybeans 35 320  11%  
 Stonefruit 428  2,660  16%  
 Sugar Beets 5,918   9,300 64%  
 Triticale 372 27,000  1%   
 Wheat 638,169   709,000  90%  
         
 Crop Pilot Programs  
 Program  County Availability Liability 
Apiculture (Rainfall Index) All Counties  $2,681,757
Cherries (Actual Revenue History) Gilliam, Hood River, Marion, Polk, Sherman, Umatilla, Union, Wasco, and Yamhill Counties.  $31,151,023
Pasture, Rangeland and Forage (Rainfall Index) All Counties  $40,553,779
Whole-Farm Revenue Protection All Counties  $100,315,380
     
 Dollar Liability Program  Total Dollar Liability  
 Livestock Gross Margin – Dairy  $0  
 Livestock Risk Protection – Fed Cattle  $0  
 Livestock Risk Protection – Feeder Cattle   $189,657  
 Livestock Risk Protection – Lamb $1,644,132  
 Nursery $186,344,126  
15 Year Crop Insurance History For Oregon
Year Policies Earning Premium
Net Acres Insured
Liability
Gross Premium
Losses Loss Ratio
2004
3,623  918,600  590,009,769  19,646,277  9,637,310  0.49 
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 
   Data current as of February 15, 2019. 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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