2007 FCIC 18010-01 Crop Insurance Handbook (CIH) Summary of Changes
Listed below are the changes to the CIH being made by slipsheets for 2007 that have the most
significant impact. Minor changes and correction are not included in this listing. Refer to the
actual 2006 CIH to identify clarifications/changes that have been made effective for 2007.
Description of additions, changes or clarifications:
Clarified that a landlord/tenant’s share cannot be insured under another
person’s policy if the landlord/tenant has a policy for that crop/county.
Clarified that tribal ventures that do not meet the requirements for joint
ventures will be treated a BIA trust for crop insurance policy processing
Clarified that a successor-in-interest policy covers only the land previously
insured under a single policy and that a successor-in-interest for a spouse
or for an entity name change transfers all existing years of actual
production history and non-actual/assigned yields.
Clarified that additional administrative fees will not be charged to the
policyholder if PP payments are solely based on another crop.
Clarified that acreage cannot be reinstated for insurance coverage after the
insured notifies the agent that the acreage will be destroyed prior to
Updated Written Agreement Chart and related written agreement
Removed blueberries as exception for the requirement to complete
Producer’s Pre-Acceptance Worksheet.
Removed paragraph with references to IBR/NIBR soybeans since they are
no longer listed on any county actuarial documents
Incorporated MGR-06-002 into cotton underwriting procedure.
Clarified dry bean supporting production record requirements.
Clarified for onions that field-run production must be adjusted to reflect the
applicable grade standards specified in the