/Crops Insured Acres Total Acres Percent Insured
Apples 5,372 *10,000 54%
Barley 7,728  11,994  64%
Cabbage   56  434  13%
Canola
 1,015  N/A  N/A
Corn   346,477  388,860  89%
Cotton  93,321  95,325  98% 
Fresh Market Beans  508  890  57%
Fresh Market Sweet Corn  0  2,524  0%
Fresh Market Tomatoes  180  223  81%
Grain Sorghum  1,688  3,238  52%
Grapes  44  435  10%
Oats 307 1,388 22%
Peaches   896  *1,200  75%
Peanuts  20,350  23,234  88%
Potatoes  3,904  3,959  99%
Processing Beans  966  964  100%
Processing Tomatoes  0  N/A  N/A
Soybeans  525,331  583,592  90%
Tobacco – Burley  258  448  58%
Tobacco – Dark-air  0  N/A  N/A
Tobacco – Fire-cured  210  240  88%
Tobacco – Flue-cured  20,448  20,892  98%
Wheat  120,626  149,522  81% 
*Total acres from 2017 NASS data
Crop Pilot Programs
Program County Availability Total Liability
Apiculture (Rainfall Index) All Counties $20,312
Cultivated Clams Accomack, Northampton $16,869,872
Pasture, Rangeland, Forage (Rainfall Index) All Counties $8,733,860
Whole-Farm Revenue Protection All Counties $1,680,607
Dollar Liability Program Total Dollar Liability
Livestock Gross Margin - Dairy Cattle $0
Livestock Gross Margin - Swine $0
Livestock Risk Protection - Fed Cattle $0
Livestock Risk Protection - Feeder Cattle  $943,599
Livestock Risk Protection - Lamb  $0
Livestock Risk Protection - Swine  $0
Nursery  $35,491,538 
15 Year Crop Insurance History for Virginia
Year Policies Earning Premium Net Acres Insured Liability Gross Premium Losses Loss Ratio
2004 8,672  996,043  342,606,425  28,218,521  15,160,121  0.54
2005  6,744  969,569  273,913,344  23,394,289  16,117,507  0.69
2006   6,203  944,140  289,785,19  26,423,574  16,992,717  0.64
2007   6,273  986,554  367,381,555  37,333,657  62,627,180  1.68
2008   6,503  1,070,875  477,525,249  56,760,378  54,536,469  0.96
2009   6,746  1,119,914  414,782,860  49,861,760  27,637,273  0.55
2010   6,650  1,154,936  424,181,707  47,032,514  118,847,168  2.53
2011   7,117  1,260,050  607,741,441  75,198,109  39,128,000  0.52
2012  7,238  1,291,371  592,426,871  69,581,195  51,757,461  0.74
2013   7,518  1,360,582  636,200,901  70,555,642  25,847,883  0.37
2014   7,278  1,332,263  590,728,823  64,746,875  26,800,320  0.41
2015   7,015  1,276,142  534,292,559  64,882,998  38,951,131  0.60
2016   6,728  1,241,372  504,989,25  62,870,047  52,451,150  0.83
2017   6,604  1,204,614  535,836,035  67,212,367  25,495,159  0.38
2018  6,536  1,224,605  558,940,206  65,212,861  37,809,887  0.58
Data current as of March 13, 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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