PRODUCT MANAGEMENT BULLETIN: PM–19-024
United States Department of Agriculture
Farm and Foreign Agricultural Services
Risk Management Agency
1400 Independence Avenue, SW
Washington, DC 20250-0801
All Risk Management Agency Field Offices
All Other Interested Parties
The Federal Crop Insurance Corporation's (FCIC) Board of Directors (Board) approved revisions of the Livestock Risk Protection for Feeder Cattle, Fed Cattle, and Swine plans of insurance on May 24, 2018. The revisions were requested by Applied Analytics Group, the owners of the LRP plans of insurance. The Board approved the following revisions for the 2020 crop year starting July 1st:
Adjustment to Price Adjustment Factor for LRP Feeder Cattle: Modify the Price Adjustment Factor for Predominately Dairy to 50% for both weight ranges.
Expansion: The LRP for Feeder Cattle, Fed Cattle and Swine will be expanded to all remaining states.
Increased Premium subsidy rate: The subsidy will increase from the current 13% for all coverage levels to a range from 20% to 35% based on the coverage level selected.
Per Endorsement Head and Annual Head Limit Modification: Fed Cattle and Feeder Cattle: 3,000 head per endorsement and 6,000 head annually;
Swine: 20,000 per endorsement and 75,000 annually
Trading Requirements: Updated the trade requirements on when offers can be made. Currently, LRP endorsements can only be offered if there was a daily volume of five traded contracts.
Other Changes: RMA made some minor corrections and clarifications in the LRP Basic Provisions.
The following 2020 reinsurance year LRP materials will be available by close of business and may be accessed on the RMA website via the Livestock page at: http://www.rma.usda.gov/livestock/
- 20 LRP Fed Cattle SCE
- 20 LRP Fed Cattle Premium Calculation
- 20 LRP Fed Cattle Underwriting Rules
- 20 LRP Feeder Cattle SCE
- 20 LRP Feeder Cattle Premium Calculation
- 20 LRP Feeder Cattle Underwriting Rules
- 20 LRP Swine SCE
- 20 LRP Swine Premium Calculation
- 20 LRP Swine Underwriting Rules
- 20 LRP Basic Provision
Interested producers should contact a crop insurance agent for further information. A list of agents can be found on the Risk Management Agency (RMA) website at www.rma.usda.gov/.
December 31, 2020