Crops Insured Acres
Total Acres
Percent Insured
Apples 22,239 33,000** 67%
Barley 1,029 20,000 5%
Blueberries 11,955 20,000** 60%
Cabbage 2,585 4,000 65%
Cherries 13,984 33,800** 41%
Corn 1,672,429 2,300,000 73%
Cucumbers 11,021 38,000 29%
Dry Beans
149,861 195,000 77%
Forage Production
25,269
N/A N/A
Forage Seeding
247 N/A N/A
Grapes 6,741 12,500** 54%
Green Peas
631
N/A N/A
Hybrid Corn Seed
21,467 N/A N/A
Mint 1,942 N/A N/A
Oats 5,597 75,000 7%
Onions 1,172 N/A N/A
Peaches* 1,051 2,100** 50%
Popcorn 519 N/A N/A
Potatoes 34,117 50,000 68%
Processing Beans
4,275 N/A N/A
Soybeans 1,716,474 2,300,000 75%
Sugar Beets 123,420 150,000 82%
Tomatoes 2,117 5,700 37%
Wheat 343,063 510,000 67%

*Most recent NASS Data available is from 2017, as reporting parameters have changed for fruit crops. Perennial acreage sees minimal change.
 N/A = Not Available

Crop Pilot Programs
Program County Availability
Total Liability
Cherry Actual Revenue History (ARH)
 Allegan, Antrim, Benzie, Berrien, Charlevoix, Grand Traverse, Kent, Leelanau, Manistee, Mason, Muskegon, Newago, Oceana and Van Buren  21,991,203
Cucumbers Allegan, Arenac Bay, Gladwin, Gratiot, Ionia, Isabella, Mecosta, Midland, Montcalm, Muskegon, Newago, Ottowa, Saginaw, Sanilac, St Joseph, and Tuscola
7,570,529
Whole Farm Revenue Protection
All Counties
70,807,687
Dollar Liability Program
Total Dollar Liability
Area Risk Protection Insurance (ARPI)
20,223,790
Area Risk Protection Insurance-Harvest Price Exclusion (ARPI)
0
Forage Seeding
36,153
Livestock Gross Margin (LGM)
25,101,949
Livestock Risk Protection (LRP)
180,249
Nursery 12,927,816
15 Year Crop Insurance History for Michigan
Year Policies Earning Premium
Net Acres Insured
Liability Gross Premium
Losses Loss Ratio
2004
21,084  3,491,329  898,666,260  68,354,734  78,471,431  1.15 
2005
20,755  3,571,114  923,238,152  74,003,006  20,152,381  0.27 
2006
20,567  3,602,465  965,117,072  78,775,310  21,675,200  0.28 
2007
20,102  3,695,142  1,369,087,036  116,006,160  71,684,040  0.62 
2008
20,697  3,701,720  1,689,953,816  165,789,797  167,393,134  1.01 
2009
21,812 
3,934,681  1,472,281,517  154,920,355  94,067,618  0.61 
2010
21,597  3,993,772  1,441,097,317  135,252,540  55,309,843  0.41 
2011
22,456  4,107,615  2,078,151,630  211,413,410  45,893,628  0.22 
2012
22,801  4,254,507  2,189,180,179  195,112,509  236,626,085  1.21 
2013
26,640  4,293,547  2,304,549,030  195,956,265  47,542,445  0.24 
2014
23,226  4,340,410  2,006,274,759  179,273,800  117,621,318  0.66 
2015
22,624  4,260,104  1,882,581,390  172,280,496  56,839,259  0.33 
2016
31,802  4,188,061  1,682,682,708  160,116,973  36,477,747  0.23 
2017
20,563  4,200,460  1,790,256,757  175,446,952  75,520,829  0.43 
2018  20,400  4,186,354  1,929,313,102  164,141,374  66,925,065  0.41 
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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