Background Information

Total Costs


Administrative and Operating Expense Reimbursements

Premium Subsidy

Farmer Premiums

Indemnities by County in Missaukee County, Michigan

Lenawee County, Michigan$84,632,34826,008
Van Buren County, Michigan$69,781,50112,934
Kent County, Michigan$64,550,5149,626
Calhoun County, Michigan$61,215,20813,657
Huron County, Michigan$60,381,40055,771
Berrien County, Michigan$57,771,59515,399
Gratiot County, Michigan$57,748,74744,311
Monroe County, Michigan$55,175,49217,636
Sanilac County, Michigan$54,061,64443,402
Tuscola County, Michigan$51,564,09642,820
Allegan County, Michigan$50,051,70110,680
Saginaw County, Michigan$46,514,02652,928
Jackson County, Michigan$45,136,09211,504
Ottawa County, Michigan$43,934,45411,540
Bay County, Michigan$43,526,57330,788
Eaton County, Michigan$43,294,18318,560
Washtenaw County, Michigan$43,147,80112,017
Isabella County, Michigan$39,547,64019,795
Shiawassee County, Michigan$35,980,64819,483
Hillsdale County, Michigan$33,599,43711,609
Clinton County, Michigan$33,534,00119,580
Branch County, Michigan$33,221,68710,974
Ingham County, Michigan$29,592,3999,785
Saint Clair County, Michigan$25,028,08312,008
Ionia County, Michigan$24,159,75617,156
Muskegon County, Michigan$23,819,8623,742
Montcalm County, Michigan$23,596,48416,977
Menominee County, Michigan$22,841,3473,566
Genesee County, Michigan$22,811,1809,946
Cass County, Michigan$22,314,90510,025
Lapeer County, Michigan$20,252,36012,452
Barry County, Michigan$18,618,8717,775
Kalamazoo County, Michigan$18,230,3976,669
Oceana County, Michigan$17,718,0933,384
Arenac County, Michigan$17,470,75411,417
Newaygo County, Michigan$16,600,6244,664
Saint Joseph County, Michigan$15,618,4458,764
Midland County, Michigan$13,546,90714,048
Leelanau County, Michigan$11,898,7762,277
Macomb County, Michigan$11,807,7794,553
Livingston County, Michigan$11,369,4234,876
Mason County, Michigan$9,861,2832,744
Grand Traverse County, Michigan$9,469,6932,971
Mecosta County, Michigan$8,828,2465,786
Gladwin County, Michigan$6,849,6464,224
Ogemaw County, Michigan$6,359,3893,434
Missaukee County, Michigan$5,442,2512,843
Alpena County, Michigan$5,255,7673,153
Wayne County, Michigan$5,171,2701,260
Osceola County, Michigan$4,736,1503,068
Presque Isle County, Michigan$4,507,2992,970
Delta County, Michigan$4,452,5452,422
Clare County, Michigan$4,362,0662,749
Manistee County, Michigan$3,905,638860
Alcona County, Michigan$3,838,5481,317
Oakland County, Michigan$3,422,7421,330
Iosco County, Michigan$3,022,5772,133
Marquette County, Michigan$2,658,457457
Benzie County, Michigan$2,486,452486
Wexford County, Michigan$2,486,2591,069
Antrim County, Michigan$1,801,7551,208
Dickinson County, Michigan$1,496,153723
Montmorency County, Michigan$1,093,442757
Unknown county in Michigan$1,028,595511
Chippewa County, Michigan$837,079797
Otsego County, Michigan$577,479475
Lake County, Michigan$491,427231
Emmet County, Michigan$388,382369
Charlevoix County, Michigan$352,133437
Mackinac County, Michigan$305,302282
Kalkaska County, Michigan$261,718370
Cheboygan County, Michigan$222,819614
Alger County, Michigan$70,613182
Ontonagon County, Michigan$70,439143
Houghton County, Michigan$4,26175
Luce County, Michigan$2,77327
Baraga County, Michigan$67639
Iron County, Michigan$31510
Schoolcraft County, Michigan$013
Oscoda County, Michigan$019

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 1995-2018 is $14.6 billion.


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