Maybe, but this will never lead to serious problems. Because if many farms break, so that the reduction in crop production becomes essential, the price of the crops will raise, and the remaining farms will be fine. That's simple market economy. There is no weather certainty, and never has been, but there are crops. Insurance costs may increase, which will raise the prices, in the worst case. Such things have happened all the time all over the world. Today, all this is much less harmful than in the past, given that things can be imported from somewhere else if necessary, and farmers are only a few percents of the population, which can use insurance. If they seem useful to politics, there would be. Hysterics can be generated out of nothing. Feel free to play with words. Nonsense.