Crop Insurance

Illinois

Background Information

Total Costs

Indemnities

Administrative and Operating Expense Reimbursements

Premium Subsidy

Farmer Premiums

Indemnities
CropIndemnities
1995-2017
Policies
Corn$6,114,558,3711,530,164
Soybeans$1,331,813,6101,458,970
Wheat$227,310,984304,349
Hybrid Corn Seed$68,762,63045,429
Miscellaneous Crops$24,595,4426,112
Grain Sorghum$11,064,47680,551
Pumpkins$6,229,0051,667
Popcorn$4,970,7967,801
Forage Production$3,718,4181,922
Peaches$3,358,888577
Apples$3,115,577354
Green Peas$2,058,3133,167
Sweet Corn$1,621,1403,993
Pasture, Rangeland, Forage$1,149,059138
Processing Beans$1,086,5891,895
Rice$366,63066
Whole Farm Revenue Protection$268,06548
Adjusted Gross Revenue-lite$165,0978
Income Protection Corn$146,4491,016
Oats$121,9734,257
GRP Corn$98,932248
Canola$57,3338
Burley Tobacco$12,7954
Barley$11,84013
GRP Soybeans$1,821342
Nursery (container)$05
Nursery (FG&C)$0442
1995-2017$7,806,664,2333,453,546

METHODOLOGY: EWG obtained county level crop insurance information from USDA Risk Management Agency which shows premium subsidies, indemnities and farmer premiums at the county/crop level by crop year. Administrative and Operating Expense Reimbursements to crop insurance companies (A+O), Other program fund costs, Other administrative and operating fund costs expenses, and Government earned interest were allocated to the crop/county level by using the national expenditures/revenue of the Crop Insurance program (available here for 2008-2017 and from RMA previous to 2008) in each category and attributing them the crop/county level by total premiums. EWG was unable to attribute underwriting gains to the county/crop level. Underwriting gains (or losses) are paid to insurance companies when the insurance companies collect more in total subsidies than are paid out in indemnities. Since underwriting gains are paid by company on the basis of all of their policies, EWG was unable to allocate underwriting gains by crop or by region. The total underwriting gains for 1995-2017 is $14.6 billion.

 

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