AgriLogic prides itself on being the local crop insurance provider in your community, with local offices and personnel to fully service all of your needs.  We know what it takes to be successful in the growing agricultural industry.  This knowledge is why the USDA-RMA has relied on us as a leading consultant in the development and analysis of crop insurance products for over 20 years!  Our focus on service and acknowledged insurance solutions are why we are one of the fastest growing AIPs in the industry.

Whole Farm 

Revenue Protection

A risk management safety net for all commodities on the farm

Multi Peril

Crop Insurance (MPCI)

Coverage provided by the FCIC for natural causes

Actual Production History (APH)

Insures against production losses due to natural causes

Yield Protection (YP)

Coverage like APH, but available for only Revenue Protection crops

Revenue Protection

Protection against a loss of revenue caused by price fluctuations



A percentage of the maximum dollar amount elected establishes a guarantee

Pasture, Rangeland, & Forage

Coverage against lack of rainfall based on a historical index

Individual Plans

Area Plans

Area Yield Protection (AYP)

Actual Revenue History (ARH)

Area Revenue Protection (ARP)

Paralleled with APH, but insures against historical revenue

Combined with AYP, provides against a loss of revenue due to production loss, price decline or a combination of both

Provides coverage based on the experience of the county

The following policies insure the producer against loss due to natural causes such as drought, excessive moisture, fire (due to lightning), hail, wind, frost, insects, and disease. They are based on the producer’s historical data.

The following policies are based on the performance of the county and do not reflect the performance of the individual producer’s acreage. It is important the producer understands they may experience a loss on their individual acreage but not receive an indemnity. Expected and Final county yields are the historical average yields for the county based on the best available data which could include National Agricultural Statistics Services (NASS), crop insurance, USDA or other available data.