Why You Might Need Business Interruption Coverage for Your Farm or Ranch
As a farmer or rancher, business interruptions often mean loss of earnings. When the Springer family experienced a devastating fire that burned down their operation, Farm/Ranch Operations Interruption coverage was there to help. Proper farm or ranch coverage can meet the unique needs of your ag operation and help keep it running smoothly. With our Farm/Ranch Operations Interruption coverage, you can do just that.
What is farm/ranch operations interruption coverage?
Your property is covered, but what about income generated from a building? If a building critical to your farm or ranch (like a hog confinement, dairy barn and more) is lost, you’re not just looking at a loss of property; you could also be left with a significant disruption of income. This coverage adds an additional layer of protection for buildings that generate income.
How does it work?
The coverage covers loss of earnings and extra expenses resulting directly from the interruption of your farm or ranch operations caused by a covered cause of loss. The coverage kicks in when there is a covered cause of loss to a building owned by or rented by an insured.
Why is farm/ranch operations interruption coverage a good idea?
With farm/ranch operations coverage in place, you’ll be prepared for the unexpected and your operation can continue to run smoothly.
Here to support you.
Keeping your farm or ranch running is your top priority. Our top priority is helping you protect your farm or ranch, so you can keep doing what you love. Your operation is your livelihood and it deserves to have the proper ag-based coverage. Your Farm Bureau agent and Ag Marketing Underwriter will conduct an On-Site SuperCheck® to help ensure you have the proper coverage to keep up with your operation’s needs. Contact an agent today to learn more about coverage details.
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