Crops
 Insured Acres Total Acres
Percent Insured
 Alfalfa Seed
4,320  8,400  51%
 Apple 1,253  2,300  54%
 Barley 355,996  550,000  65%
 Canola / Rapeseed 34,460  40,000  86%
 Cherries 13  800  2%
 Corn 114,306  360,000 32%
 Dry Beans 18,035  51,000  35%
 Dry Peas 142,902  177,000  81%
 Flax 0  1,800  0%
 Forage Production 5,007   1,155,000  1%
 Grapes 433   1,300  33%
 Green Peas 0 5,200  0%
 Hybrid Sweet Corn Seed 1,521 4,500  34%
 Mint 4,153   17,000  24%
 Mustard 6,323    17,500  36%
 Oats 2,317    24,000  10%
 Onions 4,643   8,200  57%
 Potatoes 215,352  315,000   68%
 Processing Sweet Corn 0 400   0%
 Safflower 9,234 22,000   42%
 Stonefruit 751 1,780  42%
 Sugar Beets 122,301  163,000   75%
 Table Grapes 12  0% 
 Triticale 107  42,500  1% 
 Wheat 870,258 1,105,000  79%
 Crop Pilot Programs
Program County Availability Liability  
Apiculture (Vegetation) All Counties

 $1,690,659

Cherries (Actual Revenue History) Canyon, Gem, Owyhee, Payette, and Washington Counties.

 $37,726

Pasture, Rangeland and Forage (Vegetation) All Counties  $12,125,904
Whole-Farm Revenue Protection Pilot All Counties  $256,034,513
 Dollar Liability Program  Total Dollar Liability
 Livestock Gross Margin – Dairy  $18,480
 Livestock Risk Protection – Fed Cattle  $0
 Livestock Risk Protection – Feeder Cattle $2,461,072
 Livestock Risk Protection – Lamb  $3,571,521
 Nursery (Dollar) $10,283,397
15 Year Crop Insurance History for Idaho
Year Policies Earning Premium
Net Acres Insured
Liability Gross Premium
Losses Loss Ratio
2004
 6,062  1,750,140  511,270,355  41,992,060  11,991,050  0.29
2005
 6,318  1,848,178  536,790,401  42,229,957  16,742,117  0.40
2006
 6,043  1,811144  517,987,633  38,464,768  8,396,933  0.22
2007
 6,289  2,153,544  593,363,911  42,995,067  18,632,874  0.43
2008  5,950  2,049,461  745,106,058  60,031,807  41,079,773  0.68
2009
 5,932  2,140,711  971,129,107  89,978,032  98,366,839  1.09
2010
 6,166  2,047,186  793,981,073  62,263,979  19,806,852  0.32
2011
 6,246  2,130,145  1,015,644,230  83,306,104  41,660,789  0.50
2012
 6,304  2,182,173  1,032,339,295  73,555,278  19,594,874  0.27
2013
 6,484  2,273,693  1,122,915,729  79,614,718  35,388,226  0.44
2014
 6,316  2,268,595  1,023,799,460  67,401,412  33,125,076  0.49
2015
 6,020  2,204,321  960,418,642  55,355,466  49,752,470  0.90
2016
 5,847  2,055,604  1,176,383,494  71,174,698  8,398,295  0.12
2017
 5,673  2,051,369  1,120,947,922  64,903,484  32,081,527  0.49
2018  5,520 2,590,372 1,174,803,378 68,907,327 21,934,948 0.32
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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