Crops Insured Acres
Total Acres
Percent Insured
Avocado 1,727  5,500* 31%
Blueberries 3,795  5,200* 73%
Cabbage 2,405  9,000* 27%
Corn 55,526  100,000 56%
Cotton 107,976  117,000 92%
Cucumbers 659 26,000* 3%
Flue Cured Tobacco
1,421  NA NA
Fresh Market Tomatoes
14,464  29,000* 50%
Grain Sorghum
318 NA NA
Oats 25 NA NA
Peanuts 136,050  155,000 88%
Potatoes 17,204  22,000 78%
Rice 21,275  NA NA
Soybeans 10,548  18,000 59%
Sugarcane 386,391  397,000 97%
Wheat 4,213  10,000 42%
Crop Pilot Programs
County Availability
Total Liability
Apiculture All Counties
$27,479,381
Pasture, Rangeland, Forage
All $150,359,818
Whole Farm Revenue Protection
All $102,669,991
Dollar Liability Program
Total Dollar Liability

Citrus - Grapefruit, Lemons, Mandarins,Tangerines, Oranges, Tangelos, and Tangors

$334,438,991
Fresh Market Sweet Corn
$26,176,617
Fresh Market Tomatoes
$53,682,630
Nursery - Field Grown and Container
$496,477,842
Pecans (Revenue)
$586,899
Peppers $16,952,794
$876,318 
Florida Fruit Tree
County Availability
Total Liability
Avocado Tree
Miami-Dade $24,734,434 
Carambola Tree
Lee, Miami-Dade
$2,772,182 
Lemon Trees
Hendry, Martin
$1,296,745 
Lime Trees
Lee, Miami-Dade
$243,517 
Mango Trees
Miami-Dade  
Grapefruit, Orange, and other citrus trees

Brevard, Broward, Charlotte, Citrus, Collier, De Soto, Glades, Hendry

Hernando, Highlands, Hillsborough, Indian River, Lake, Lee, Manatee,

Marion, Martin, Okeechobee, Orange, Osceola, Palm Beach, Pasco,

Polk, Sarasota, Seminole, St Lucie, Volusia

$1,222,015,696 
* 2016 total acres (2017 acres not available as of March 2018)
15 Year Crop Insurance History for Florida
Year Policies Earning Premium
Net Acres Insured
Liability Gross Premium
Losses
Loss Ratio
2004 14,530 1,331,911 2,700,446,503 99,751,259 113,205,213 1.13
2005 14,479 1,373,027 2,973,811,338 106,372,568 335,086,858 3.15
2006 14,833 1,370,441 3,049,039,461 83,182,553 229,598,389 2.76
2007 13,593 1,228,289 3,154,746,854 136,490,133 40,786,556 0.30
2008 13,452 1,291,343 3,211,104,056 122,496,208 17,184,223 0.14
2009 13,261 1,267,627 3,163,510,248 111,091,625 71,796,410 0.65
2010 11,960 1,149,888 2,867,534,251 100,708,680 65,625,181 0.65
2011 11,721 1,873,262 2,786,623,598 112,810,561 71,756,218 0.64
2012 11,549 2,048,009 2,892,163,935 116,974,641 86,254,145 0.74
2013 11,399 2,220,105 3,177,455,432 126,363,648 52,855,237 0.42
2014 9,850 2,296,186 3,066,630,066 119,260,850 36,484,083 0.31
2015 9,250 2,477,545 2,974,308,722 109,118,104 46,501,661 0.43
2016 8,490 1,692,463 2,886,399,379 102,616,365 61,632,833 0.60
2017 7,751 1,738,198 2,767,281,407 110,926,172 100,162,788 0.90
2018 7,407 2,167,262 2,814,073,338  117,799,185 337,985,473 2.87 
Data current as of March 11, 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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