Crop Insurance

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The federal crop insurance program has traditionally been used by farms growing corn, wheat, soybeans, rice, cotton, and a few other commodity crops. Within the past few years, new crop insurance options like Whole-Farm Revenue Protection have become available, greatly improving opportunities for those who are diversified, grow fruits and vegetables, or farm with organic methods.

Even if you’ve never considered crop insurance and don’t know the first thing about it, the resources on this page will help you decide if these new products may be right for your business.

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Marty Holman works the computer in his outdoor office on Holman’s Harvest Farms in Loxahatchee Groves, Florida, February 25, 2021. Holman raises chickens, cattle, vegetable, and tropical fruit on his 15 acres. USDA/FPAC photo by Preston KeresUSDA