Agriculture Drives Nebraska’s Economy
- Nebraska crops contribute $22 billion to the state’s economy.
- Top crops grown include corn, soybeans, and wheat.
Crop Insurance Is Vital to Nebraska’s Agricultural Sector
“For us, Federal Crop Insurance is not a fountain of free money. Until , our farming operation had an 11-year crop insurance payment history that showed us paying in more in premiums than we received in indemnity payments. [In 2012], the insurance program appropriately covered a portion of our massive losses. We choose to participate and pay premiums every year to protect our operation from an event like the historic losses of 2012.” – Ben Steffan, farmer, Humboldt, Nebraska
- In 2022, crop insurance protected 20.5 million acres providing $12 billion in liability protection.
- Farmers paid $391.4 million for this insurance coverage.
- Crop insurers paid $1.5 billion to cover crop losses in 2022.
The private Crop-Hail insurance product provided an additional $4.4 billion in liability to protect Nebraska crops in 2022.
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Companies Writing Crop Insurance in Nebraska Include:
AgriSompo North America
American Farm Bureau Ins. Services
COUNTRY Mutual Insurance
Crop Risk Services
Farmers Mutual Hail Insurance Company of Iowa
Great American Insurance Company
Hudson Crop Insurance Services
NAU Country Insurance Company
Precision Risk Management
Rain and Hail L.L.C.
Rural Community Insurance Services