A wide variety of federally endorsed insurance policies are available for many Wisconsin crops. The table below lists the 2014 Wisconsin Crop Insurance profile. Not all of these crop types are automatically available in all Wisconsin counties, and the specifics can vary between counties. If a policy is not available in a specific county, producers may be able to obtain written agreements to obtain the desired coverage. Contact a crop insurance agent for details
Private companies have developed supplemental policies for RMA-approved policies and specific-risk policies. For example, supplements include increased APH price elections or increased revenue coverage for CRC. Specific-risk policies may include hail or fire insurance for crops, or types of weather insurance. The RMA does not directly subsidize these policies, so producers pay the entire premium and any load added for administrative and operating costs. These supplements and policies are not discussed further here.