Crops Insured Acres Total Acres Percent Insured
Apples 1,085 NA -
Barley 3,666 25,000 15%
Cabbage 694 NA -
Cherries (Tart) 564 NA -
Cigar Binder Tobacco 403 NA -
Corn 2,919,626 3,900,000 75%
Cranberries 18,691 NA -
Cucumbers 785 NA -
Dry Beans 5,811 NA -
Forage Production 195,144 1,360,000 14%
Grain Sorghum 227 NA -
Green Peas 12,309 NA -
Mint 531 2,900 18%
Oats 14,576 200,000 73%
Potatoes 48,796 72,000 68%
Processing Beans 42,705 NA -
Soybeans 1,689,720 2,200,000 77%
Sweet Corn 22,824 NA -
Wheat 11 9,403 240,000 50%
- Insured Acres include Prevented Planting acres
- Total Acres are official National Agricultural Statistics Service estimates
- NA - Not Available
Crop Pilot Programs
Program County Availability Total Liability
Apiculture – Rainfall Index All Wisconsin counties $1,083,483
Cucumbers Adams, Green Lake, Juneau, Marquette, Portage, Waupaca, Waushara, and Wood counties $744,581
Livestock Gross Margin – Cattle, Dairy Cattle, & Swine All Wisconsin counties $140,224,729
Livestock Risk Protection – Fed Cattle, Feeder Cattle, Lamb, & Swine All Wisconsin counties $244,640
Pasture, Rangeland, Forage – Rainfall Index All Wisconsin counties $14,248,186
Tart Cherry Door County $670,377
Whole Farm Revenue Protection All Wisconsin counties $17,666,097
Dollar Liability Program Total Dollar Liability
Apiculture – Rainfall Index $1,083,483
Forage Seeding $13,659,344
Hybrid Corn $4,999,916
Livestock Gross Margin – Cattle $0
Livestock Gross Margin – Dairy Cattle $140,224,729
Livestock Gross Margin – Swine $0
Livestock Risk Protection – Fed Cattle $118,786
Livestock Risk Protection – Feeder Cattle $86,171
Livestock Risk Protection – Lamb
$0
Livestock Risk Protection – Swine $39,683
Nursery $9,068,205
Pasture, Rangeland, Forage – Rainfall Index $14,248,186
Whole Farm Revenue Protection $17,666,097
15 Year Crop Insurance History for Wisconsin
Year Policies Earning
Premium
Net Acres
Insured
Liability Gross
Premium
Losses Loss Ratio
2004 28,138 3,868,854 843,415,722 78,249,902 141,100,437 1.80
2005 28,654 4,053,968 828,462,468 80,145,941 44,809,818 0.56
2006 30,727 4,230,798 1,004,691,769 98,319,861 57,485,886 0.58
2007 30,002 4,339,896 1,545,601,144 157,454,229 121,691,729 0.77
2008 31,665 4,475,462 2,056,863,544 234,399,564 257,354,699 1.10
2009 33,632 4,728,940 1,813,658,095 211,022,482 96,511,744 0.46
2010 32,219 4,738,088 1,825,035,119 187,887,528 50,580,149 0.27
2011 33,293 5,005,311 2,716,881,552 295,341,282 51,949,242 0.18
2012 34,595 5,211,058 2,829,750,708 269,298,929 456,553,483 1.70
2013 36,849 5,415,656 3,029,645,089 282,867,007 461,228,017 1.63
2014 36,149 5,413,459 2,615,320,659 253,622,483 283,743,452 1.12
2015 34,919 5,353,625 2,367,609,678 243,992,973 56,275,467 0.23
2016 33,345 5,286,524 2,243,600,445 217,106,420 30,628,678 0.14
2017 31,756 5,284,012 2,351,115,597 229,043,768 100,681,274 0.44
2018 31,019 5,232,850 2,370,497,215 208,983,952 78,120,170 0.37
Data current as of February 25, 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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