Farm Insurance – these policies, sometimes referred to as farm insurance, provide homeowners, commercial property, and commercial liability coverage. The unique combination of commercial and personal coverages is necessary because it is typical for farms to have both residential and commercial characteristics. Coverage can apply to farms or ranches. These types of policies typically pertain to family and individually operated farms, not large commercial or corporate farming operations. Some farm coverages may be written on a monoline basis.
According to the USDA, hobby farms account fora 12 % increase in rural county population since 1990, and account for more than half of all farms since 2007.
So whether you have a flock of chickens, or a small herd of goats, protect your passion and your love.
Who’s it for?
Farming is not the primary occupation
No employees involved with farm activities
Smaller farms, ranches and rural acreages
Other eligibility guidelines may apply
Does your farm provide an income for you and your family? Then it may not only be your most important investment.
Small and midsize producers provide opportunities for American agriculture across the country. Over the past 10 years we have seen a major increase in farm to table. Protect your investment and livelihood.
Who it for?
Traditional production small to medium farms and ranches
Fruit, Vegetables and Tree Nuts
May provide main source of income
It started small, but now you’re a supplier for grocery stores. Commercial farming takes special planning and protection. Protect your diversified and direct market ag operations.
Who it for?
Large, integrated farms and ranches with commercial exposure
Fertilizer Dealers/ Distributors
Seed Dealers Distributors
Fruit Vegetable Dealers/Distributors
Dairy with Processing
Large gross sales accounts
Do you raise bees, or maybe your a vineyard, or perhaps another specialty. You require special coverage to ensure that