The Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment, through the State Agricultural Insurance Agency (ENESA), has published the ninth report Agricultural Insurance Contract, in which data corresponding agriculture and livestock insurance are presented at the first half of 2015, and the results of data analysis and graphics relating to the various lines of Employment Plan 2014 and Plan 2015. With respect to the 2015 lines with closed hiring Plan highlights the positive performance of the insurance table grapes with an increase of + 3% over the insured production. Some insurance lines experienced farmers hiring increases in the number of insured animals. This is the case of breeding cattle of meat production (+ 16%) and high genetic value cattle (+ 9%). The estimated insurance compensation for loss of pastures for 2014 Plan compensation amounting to 4,809,594 euros since the start of the warranty period, until May 2015 inclusive.

Response Agricultural Insurance System to the weather occurred in the last three months also highlights. The insured parties have stated claims totaling 155,000 hectares due to hail storms accompanied many that have occurred this spring. These losses will be compensated by the agricultural insurance system.

Also it detailed in the report the situation of agricultural insurance in the Canary Islands, where the insured for the lines of banana, tomato, living plant and vegetable stands. Significantly, the level of implementation in line banana is 100%.

This document whose aim is to advance a more effective management of public resources, ENESA offers the agricultural sector, and society as a whole, information that allows to know in detail the evolution of the Annual Agricultural Insurance Plans, improving accessibility to current and historical data and sharing Hiring a diagnosis of the situation that promotes discussion between the different actors of the agricultural system.

More information: click on the 9th Contracting Agricultural Insurance report

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