Agriculture & Animals

Different types of coverage

From an insurance perspective there are various products which are applicable to agricultural risks, some of which are as follows:

  • Transit – Coverage designed to protect from a loss such as collision or overturn.
  • Animal Mortality – Coverage for valuable animals, including cattle, club calves and horses
  • Feedlot / Pasture – Coverage for operations that feed and grow livestock for market consumption.
  • Ocean Marine – Coverage designed for world wide transportation exposure
  • Swine Confinement – Coverage designed for commercial swine production
  • Poultry – Coverage designed for Poultry Operations
  • Exotics – Coverage for non-traditional livestock such as Elk, Bison, Llamas, Alpacas, Dogs and more
  • Fish – Death coverage for Farm-Raised Fish
  • Non-Owned Livestock Liability
  • Builders Risk Policies
  • Farm Building, Stock and Equipment / Personal Property / Farm Produce
  • Business Interruption
  • Equipment Breakdown insurance
  • Commercial General Liability / Farm Liability / Personal Liability / E&O (feed and seed)

Insurance Definitions

For definitions of various forms of insurance refer to Insurance Marketplace

  • Bloodstock Insurance
  • Livestock Haulers
  • Livestock Mortality
  • Livestock-Auction Market Form
  • Livestock-Commercial Feedlot Reporting Form

Insurance Sources
(General – Not necessarily accessible by TCIM)

  • Ohio Pork Information Center
  • Pork Network
  • The Pig Site
  • VIDO – Topics you will find in the MATRIX include economically important diseases to the industry with six major areas of concern including understanding the disease, environmental controls, nutrition, pig management, prevention & treatment, and economics.

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