USDA Graphic: 2013 Crop Insurance Indemnities

September 6, 2013 03:01 AM
 

via a special arrangement with Informa Economics, Inc.

Shows payouts starting to add up in areas where prevented planting was expected


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U.S. crop insurance indemnities for 2013 crops reached $2.927 billion as of Sept. 3, and the accompanying map shows key areas where the heaviest payouts are taking place.

The darkest areas on the map reflect the highest level of payouts -- $10 million or more. Most are centered in the southern Plains where drought conditions have negatively affected wheat in particular along with areas of the Northern Plains and northern Iowa/southern Minnesota where prevented planting claims are likely the factor in payouts:

RMA 2013

 


 

 

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