Named Peril

ProAg has developed a specialized portfolio of named peril coverages to protect the legacy of American farmers. Named peril policies help fill a gap in federal crop coverage and typically insure a single peril such as rain or freeze to help protect a farmer’s exposure.


  • Price-Flex® Private-Area Revenue® (PAR™)
  • Higher Input Protection (HIP)
  • Increased Coverage Election (ICE)
  • Supplemental Replant Coverage (SRC)
  • Grower Citrus Freeze
  • And many more

Best For

  • Commercial Farming Operations
  • Family Owned Farms
  • Commercial Family Farms
  • Organic Farms
  • Citrus Packers
  • Vineyards and Orchards

Summary of Coverage

ProAg is proud to provide producers with crop insurance solutions for today’s complex farming and ranching operations.

From raisin reconditioning to citrus freeze, and from supplemental replant coverage to increased coverage election, check with your local ProAg agent to see what policies might be available in your area to protect your farming legacy.

Contact your ProAg representative for more information. Come experience the ProAg difference today.

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