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Farm Insurance Information
While farms need the standard types of insurance policies that other businesses need, such as property insurance and general liability coverage, they also need insurance that is specifically related to the business they run.
Crop insurance is a vital component of the overall risk management plan for most farms that produce field crops for profit. Recent years have tightened profit margins and producers must stay on the cutting edge when it comes to managing risk. We offer Federal Crop Insurance as well as numerous private insurance products such as Hail and Wind Insurance to help fill in potential gaps in coverage.
We have agents with a multitude of experience when it comes to agricultural risk management as a whole-not just the crop insurance side. The ability to combine experience and knowledge relating to everything from breakeven analysis and planting decisions to grain marketing and crop insurance-Tyner Insurance Group is the logical choice for your ag risk management needs.
Livestock insurance is a multifaceted type of coverage with several different policy options. For example, farm owners can buy coverage for specific activities such as their livestock's transit or for auction market coverage; they may buy coverage for specific animals such as poultry coverage or pasture and dairy cattle coverage; or they may buy mortality insurance for animals with an especially high value to the farm such as a stud.
Farm Equipment Insurance
It takes a lot of specialized equipment to run a farm. From tractors to irrigation equipment, trailers to combines, these complicated expensive machines are fundamental to a farm’s ability to operate properly, efficiently and successfully. Equipment insurance for the vehicles and machines on the farm will allow for reimbursement for certain losses and damages and can help keep you operational.
Workers Compensation Insurance
Farms that employ people should also look at workers compensation coverage. Without this protection, they will be responsible for paying the medical expenses and lost wages of employees who are injured at work.
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