Land reports are a critical part of AFSC crop insurance coverage. These reports, which include information on insured and uninsured crops, provide an overview of each client’s crops on a field-by-field basis. The deadline to file land reports is June 20.

Land reports are essential to coverage and premium calculations, which are based on the entire land base you farm, not just the acres you have insured. Once these calculations are completed, a statement of coverage and premium is created.

Land reports can be submitted at any time after seeding is completed. You are encouraged to submit your report as soon as you complete seeding to ensure you receive your statement of coverage and premium, which can be used to secure advances, promptly. Plus, if you have a potential claim (like hail damage), an early submitted land report will allow for your claim to be generated quicker.


  • Land reports are due by June 20.
  • Late-filed land reports are accepted until 11:59 p.m. June 25. All late-filed land reports are subject to penalty.

Land report processing

Land reports follow a first-in, first-out approach. Land reports are processed in the order they were received.

Land report progress as of July 17, 2024

AFSC is currently processing land reports received June 20, 2024.