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Different individuals that are involved within the farm or agriculture insurance industry include the insurance company and its agents, farmers and ranch owners. All of the people within these careers work closely together to properly operate and insure a highly specialized industry.

Insurers for farms and ranches can either be part of a large commercial operation, or a smaller, independent company. Many times, the commercial companies work with larger output farmers, or money-earning equine stables, while the independent specialists will work with smaller, local ranches or farms. In either case, it is hard for the brokers to form a standardized coverage package due to the flexibility of crops, horsed, livestock and other aspects of farming or ranch life. Some may only need mortality for their livestock, while others need crop coverage. Therefore, insurance agents or consultants are necessary to work with the customers.

Insurance agents typically require a college degree. They also need to undergo a great deal of on the job, and industry specific, training. Consultants need to be knowledgeable about the different types of mortality, accident and liability coverage that is offered for horses, especially breeding stallions or mares. They also need to know the differences between packages offered for ranch animals, like cattle or chickens, to protection, liability or loss of use coverage offered for large machinery, like tractors or watering trucks. These agents are the ones that offer equine ranchers and crop farmers different quotes, and may even work with them for total estate coverage. Estate insurance would commonly protect everything, including incident of theft or accidents requiring medical care for workers. Whatever the case, the insurance agents help their clients find the necessary insurance packages and coverage.

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766 Professional Dr N, Shreveport, LA 71105
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8640 Business Park Dr, Shreveport, LA 71105
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4239 Highway 171, Gloster, LA 71030
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To begin, you may want to make an inventory list of all animals you have on your farm. Horses, stallions, cattle and other livestock should be included. A consultant will then advice you on what they believe is the type of liability insurance you need to cover loss of use, theft or medical needs like surgery. Equine mortality insurance will only be needed for those that have a high level of prized horses on their ranch. Commercial equine mortality will be needed for some farms, while other estates would get quotes on other services. Stables are great to have in your backyard, but if you rent them out to others you may need protection against theft. When choosing a farm insurance company, research their background thoroughly. Choose a few different options to start with and contact each one. Ask for references, contact information, quotes and an outline of company policy. Ask how long they have been in operation and whether it is a local, national or multinational entity. Make sure the company you choose has proper licenses and certificates. Go through your homeowner's liability insurance information and if you have any questions you can ask a local specialist who can work with you in your situation. Independent brokers can also give you quotes for your estate. The size of your ranch and the livestock that lives on it may determine how high or low your quote is. Agriculture insurance can also be discussed with a liability specialist. Once you have asked others what type of farm insurance they have, find their retail location so you can discuss with them your wants and needs. By knowing what questions to ask, you should be able to find the farm insurance company that is best for you.



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