Yield Protection & APH Crop Insurance

Yield Protection is a multi-peril crop insurance plan that provides protection against production shortfall due to insect, disease and weather-related events.
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Yield Protection Product Details

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Yield Protection Formula
Approved Yield (based on your own yield history) x Selected Coverage Level (see coverage options) = Yield Guarantee (minimum harvest yield)
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Coverage Level
CAT, 50%, 55%, 60%, 65%, 70%, 75%, 80%, 85%
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Yield Protection — 55% to 100% of commodity contract traded on specified commodity exchange.
Actual Production History — 55% to 100% of RMA-established price (for crops where there is no commodity exchange price provision).
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Paid when actual yield is less than yield guarantee.
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Eligible Crops
Plans available but not limited to corn, soybeans, wheat, barley, oats, grain sorghum, tobacco, apples, blueberries, peaches, cranberries, grapes, onions, fresh market/processing beans, cabbage, potatoes and processing tomatoes.
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Unit Structure
Tailor the policy to your operation by selecting the unit structure that best reflects your operation! Choose from Enterprise, Basic and Optional.

Additional Information

Additional Crop Insurance Coverages

  • Prevented planting and replant coverage are part of the policy (any level above CAT).
  • Hurricane & Tropical Storm Insurance Protection, Trend Adjustment and Quality Loss Option are available to add to the policy. 
  • If enrolled in Price Loss Coverage (PLC) at FSA, the Supplemental Coverage Option (SCO) can be added to an RP policy. Enhanced Coverage Option (ECO) can be added no matter the FSA program selection.

Crop Insurance Deadlines

Deadlines vary by crop and season. Please view our full list of dates to find the information that applies to your operation.


What’s the difference between the products?

Compare all federally subsidized crop insurance programs.

Next Step

Contact us today and see how a Crop Growers yield protection plan can work for you.