KEY CROP INSURANCE DATES

March 5, 2022

Projected Price Announced

Corn, Soybeans, Spring Wheat

March 15, 2022

Sales Closing Date & Purchase / Cancellation / Transfer / Change Date

Corn, Soybeans, Spring Wheat

July 1, 2022

Premium Billing Date

Winter Wheat

July 15, 2022

Acreage Report Deadline

Corn, Soybeans, & Spring Wheat

Trigger Yield Calculator

Trigger yields assist producers with crop insurance and risk management decisions. Understanding what will trigger loss payments is an important part of choosing the correct level of crop insurance coverage.

The results provided by this tool are for estimation purposes only; actual loss triggers may vary. Contact your Farm Credit Services of America insurance officer for more information.

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CORN AND SOYBEAN MOISTURE ADJUSTMENT FACTORS

Moisture adjustment is applied prior to applying any qualifying quality adjustment factors such as test weight, kernel damage, etc.

With the Revenue Protection plan, a price guarantee is set in both the spring (Projected) and fall (Harvest). Your final Revenue Guarantee is based on the higher of the spring or fall price. See how prices change from the time they are set before planting until harvest with our price history chart.

Projected Corn Price History
Year Price
'11 6.01
'12 5.68
'13 5.65
'14 4.62
'15 4.15
'16 3.86
'17 3.96
'18 3.96
'19 4.00
'20 3.88
Harvested Corn Price History
Year Price
'11 6.32
'12 7.50
'13 4.39
'14 3.49
'15 3.83
'16 3.49
'17 3.49
'18 3.68
'19 3.90
'20 3.99
Projected Soybean Price History
Year Price
'11 13.49
'12 12.55
'13 12.87
'14 11.36
'15 9.73
'16 8.85
'17 10.19
'18 10.16
'19 9.54
'20 9.17
Harvested Soybean Price History
Year Price
'11 12.14
'12 15.39
'13 12.87
'14 9.65
'15 8.91
'16 9.75
'17 9.75
'18 8.60
'19 9.25
'20 10.55
Projected Winter Wheat Price History
Year Price
'11 7.15
'12 8.70
'13 8.79
'14 7.11
'15 6.41
'16 5.34
'17 4.74
'18 5.06
'19 5.84
'20 4.35
Harvested Winter Wheat Price History
Year Price
'11 7.57
'12 8.70
'13 6.99
'14 6.43
'15 5.43
'16 4.15
'17 5.06
'18 5.14
'19 4.40
'20 4.44

Calculation Periods

Find the commodity exchange price calculation periods for various crops.

Corn

Corn

  • Commodity Exchange: Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT)
  • Contract Month: December
  • Projected Price: February average daily settlement price
  • Harvest Price: October average daily settlement price
Soybeans

Soybeans

  • Commodity Exchange: CBOT
  • Contract Month: November
  • Projected Price: February average daily settlement price
  • Harvest Price: October average daily settlement price

CROP INSURANCE ABBREVIATIONS

Find common abbreviations and acronyms used to describe crop insurance plans and details.
  • Abbrev. Term
  • AF Annual Forage
  • AIP Approved Insurance Provider
  • APH Actual Production History
  • APHTH Actual Production History Transfer History
  • AR Acreage Report
  • ARD Acreage Reporting Date
  • ARPI Area Risk Protection Insurance
  • BFR Beginning Farmer and Rancher
  • BP Common Crop Insurance Policy Basic Provisions
  • BU Basic Unit

Crop Insurance Information

Crop Insurance: Getting the Right Coverage

right coverage play

Crop insurance is regulated by the federal government and that means crop insurance prices are regulated, too. So more than getting the best price, you should focus on getting the right crop insurance coverage – one that’s based on the risk-bearing ability and working capital needs of your operation.

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