Actual Production History

In United States federal agricultural law, 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.


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