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This tool factors in your fields, soil, climate and location to create a customized yield risk model and estimates
your likelihood of insurance payments for different types of insurance, and compares to the cost of the insurance. Enter your own yield information in the "Advanced" Tab
to refine your estimates. This tool assumes Optional Units.
This tool works for Corn - Grain and Soybeans for selected counties.
The graphs below display your forecasts for likelihood of insurance payments, yield, revenue and price outcomes. They show what the estimated probability of different outcomes based on your fields characteristics and type of insurance.
Input yield information for each year to calculate historic yield information.
This information is a premium estimate only, and is only for educational purposes.
You must refer to an authorized crop insurance agent for official quote(s) and specific information regarding
insurance coverage, actuarial information, conditions and exclusions.
* Estimated insurance payments only include losses for yield and price, not replant and preplant losses.
National Weather Service alerts, watches, and warnings. Updated every 5 mins.
Weather Alerts are displayed for agricultural and informational purposes and are not intended to be used to obtain
information during an emergency or severe weather event.
Polaris is a recently developed soil data set that provides additional soil attributes, available here.
Crop Land Data Layers, also known as CDLs, are published by USDA and provide estimates of historical crops cover.
SSURGO Soil type data from USDA-NRCS.
Normalized Difference Vegetation Index, also known as NDVI, is a measure of the level of
greenness inferred by the eMODIS Aqua satellite dataset from NASA. It is updated daily.
Growing degrees days are cumulative sum of degrees above 50°F. The more
growing degree days, the hotter the growing season. This graph shows accumulation to date compared to historical norms and is updated daily.
Source data obtained from PRISM Climate Group, Oregon State University, http://prism.oregonstate.edu, tabulation created now. Non-Commercial Use Only.
Precipitation data. This graph shows accumulated precipitation to date compared to historical norms. These data are updated daily.
Source data obtained from PRISM Climate Group, Oregon State University, http://prism.oregonstate.edu, tabulation created now.
High risk zones are areas where there is a strong chance crop production may be negatively impacted by flooding or other natural forces.
Crop insurance premiums are higher for fields in high risk areas. The data is from the USDA Risk Management Agency and results are for the 2018 crop year.
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