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Explore Our Multi-Peril Crop Insurance Solutions

Multiple Peril Crop Insurance (MPCI) is federally subsidized protection from numerous causes of loss, including drought, excessive moisture, freeze, disease, and more. Several MPCI products are specifically intended for different crops and diverse areas of the United States.

Actual Production History

Actual Production History (APH) provides comprehensive protection against weather-related causes of loss and certain other unavoidable perils. Check Crop Provisions for specific causes of loss. Coverage levels are available from 50%-75%, in 5% increments (80% and 85% coverage levels available in limited areas) of the APH up to 100% of the price election (determined by RMA). CAT coverage is available at 50% of the APH and 55% of the price election.

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Named Peril Insurance

We offer a wide range of private products, including a diverse selection of named peril coverages available to MPCI policyholders. Named Peril policies help fill a gap in MPCI coverage and typically insure a single peril, like rain or freeze to help producers cover exposure. Listed below are some private products available to our producers.

General Coverage

  • Added Price Option
  • Added Revenue Price Option
  • Hail, Wind, Fire
  • Late Plant Option
  • Replant Option
  • Revenue Protection Policy
  • RPowerDTM

California Specific

  • Citrus Fruit Freeze
  • ELS Cotton Grade
  • Raisin Reconditioning
  • Tomato Rain
  • Tomato Replant Option
  • Grape Freeze
    (Also available in OR/WA)
  • Contingent Business Interruption

California crops contribute an estimated $49 Billion to the economy. Agriculture drives California’s economy. Crop Insurance is vital to California’s agricultural sector.

Top Crops in California

  • Grapes
  • Almonds
  • Lettuce
  • Strawberries

Oregon crops contribute an estimated $5.3 Billion to the state’s economy. Washington crops contribute an estimated $10.8 Billion to the state’s economy. Arizona crops contribute an estimated $4.5 Billion to the state’s economy. Agriculture drives Oregon, Washington, & Arizona’s economies, and crop Insurance is vital to their agricultural sector.

Top Crops in Oregon

  • Hops
  • Potatoes
  • Pears
  • Wheat

Top Crops in Washington

  • Apples
  • Potatoes
  • Wheat
  • Cherries

Top Crops in Arizona

  • Lettuce
  • Melons
  • Cotton
  • Spinach