Crop Insurance Acronyms

APH | Actual Production History

The terminology Actual Production History (APH) denotes a record of an agricultural producer’s crop yields over a multi-year period. Such records are used by the Federal Crop Insurance Corporation to determine “normal” production levels for a producer. The term “Actual Production History insurance” is used synonymously with Multi-Peril Crop Insurance.

AF | Annual Forage

The Annual Forage pilot program provides coverage to acreage that is planted each year and used as feed and fodder by livestock. This pilot program utilizes the Rainfall Index to correlate to this acreage. For further information on Annual Forage, click here.

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