Crops

Insured Acres

Total Acres

Percent Insured

Alfalfa Seed

3,926

9,400

42%

Apple

134,242

174,900

77%

Barley

56,419

95,000

59%

Blueberry

5,412

14,400

38%

Buckwheat

2,311

18,000

13%

Cabbage

0

300

0%

Canola / Rapeseed

50,681

65,000

78%

Cherries

31,079

42,500

73%

Corn

60,540

170,000

36%

Cranberries

219

1,500

15%

Dry Beans

12,213

25,000

49%

Dry Peas

203,170

239,000

85%

Forage Production

701

432,000

1%

Grapes

61,194

81,000

76%

Green Peas

30,142

33,000

91%

Mint

4,761

22,000

22%

Mustard

1,274

2,300

55%

Oats

678

7,000

11%

Onions

16,439

22,000

75%

Pears

14,910

20,800

72%

Potatoes

88,509

165,000

54%

Processing Beans

557

1,000

56%

Processing Sweet Corn

47,127

74,000

64%

Soybeans

0

230

0%

Stonefruit

1,998

5,850

34%

Sugar Beets

1,981

2,000

99%

Triticale

3,697

7,300

51%

Wheat

2,049,914

2,260,000

91%

Crop Pilot Programs

Program

County Availability

Liability

Apiculture (Rainfall Index)

All Counties

$ 6,048,033

Cherries (Actual Revenue History)

Adams, Benton, Chelan, Douglas, Franklin, Grant, Kittitas,

Klickitat, Okanogan, Walla Walla, and Yakima Counties.

$ 263,056,598

Pasture, Rangeland, Forage (Rainfall Index)

All Counties

$ 22,825,391

Whole-Farm Revenue Protection

All Counties

$ 885,539,573

Dollar Liability Program

Total Dollar Liability

Livestock Gross Margin – Dairy

$5,308,650

Livestock Risk Protection – Fed Cattle

$0

Livestock Risk Protection – Feeder Cattle

$3,382,658

Livestock Risk Protection – Lamb

$0

Nursery (Fgc)

$26,597,194

15 Year Crop Insurance History for Washington

Year

Policies Earning Premium

Net Acres Insured

Liability

Gross Premium

Losses

Loss Ratio

2005

11,818

2,399,674

1,051,859,940

49,014,540

20,466,994

0.42

2006

11,453

2,452,425

1,089,834,607

52,849,153

14,897,877

0.28

2007

11,090

2,402,018

1,141,386,534

57,660,071

15,035,466

0.26

2008

10,931

2,439,734

1,351,367,759

71,355,201

63,308,984

0.89

2009

11,149

2,600,226

1,926,967,828

131,065,143

267,240,752

2.04

2010

11,579

2,714,381

1,738,629,200

104,760,947

40,038,992

0.38

2011

12,082

2,821,059

2,082,696,480

147,324,504

31,056,563

0.21

2012

12,423

2,788,848

2,249,851,458

255,666,971

39,837,197

0.16

2013

12,806

2,863,784

2,440,334,201

146,644,069

44,302,679

0.30

2014

12,333

2,838,757

2,503,751,674

133,147,944

101,486,137

0.76

2015

11,785

2,901,802

2,177,394,890

108,610,966

163,306,454

1.50

2016

12,301

2,960,047

3,011,418,757

149,570,216

86,852,399

0.58

2017

12,253

3,190,342

3,239,201,423

157,429,010

28,126,592

0.18

2018

12,216

3,271,588

3,435,095,490

166,499,617

43,530,731

0.26

2019

12,055

3,593,920

3,544,111,426

311,881,476

139,513,206

0.69

Data current as of January 21, 2020. 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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