Coverage to keep your farm afloat

Whether you work with cattle or poultry, your farm faces different risks and challenges than other types of manufacturing companies. From raising the animals to processing your product, your operations count on a variety of tools, procedures, and people. We’re here to help protect your livelihood with insurance to address problems that can arise in the barn and in the fields.

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What kind of insurance coverage do livestock farmers need?

Livestock farming depends on specialized equipment and exceptional quality control, and there can be costly consequences when things go wrong in either camp. We’ve compiled an insurance policy to address common challenges, concerns, and demands at each step of the way, with coverage options like:

Need more? No problem.

We have some helpful extensions too, like Heat Prostration, Milk Spoilage, and Top-up.

When can insurance come to your rescue?

When there’s a problem with the animals, there’s a problem with the farm. Livestock farmers can face major challenges when the weather turns on them, when animals get sick, or when their products are compromised or contaminated. Make sure you’re covered for all sorts of scenarios by adding some specialized Farm Choice policy extensions to your basic Commercial General Liability (CGL), Property, and Auto insurance coverage.

Heat Prostration
Milk Spoilage
Top-up Coverage

Managing Risk

Risk management is a smart investment – we provide it at no extra cost!

We know that the risks your food or beverage manufacturing business faces are different than the risks affecting other manufacturing businesses. We also believe that you can help safeguard your business against your unique set of risks with the right information and some smart guidance.

Our value-added services focus on helping you identify and mitigate the risks your business faces each day. An assessment of your cooking and refrigeration equipment, along with thermal imaging of key electrical systems, can help uncover vulnerabilities in your equipment and materials. In-person consultations carried out by experienced risk services professionals can leave you with the knowledge and confidence you need to protect every aspect of the business you’ve worked so hard to build.

Are you ready to set up a comprehensive insurance policy for your livestock farming business?

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