In todayís volatile marketplace, many insurance companies that provide farm coverage for families like yours are making changes to their policies. The worst time to find out you donít have the right coverage is when you have a claim.
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In addition to strong representation and a credible voice on farm policy issues, Ohio Farm Bureau gives members a way to join together with others throughout the ag industry.
While the economic crisis may still linger, there is good news: Consumers are spending less and reducing their debt. Smart moves, especially now. This recession has demonstrated the value of a healthy household balance sheet.
The fact that agriculture has the second highest fatality rate among youth workers keeps Farm Safety 4 Just Kids (FS4JK) founder Marilyn Adams up at night.
Keeping up with the day-to-day operation of your farm can sometimes make it difficult to step back and think about a bigger picture: your farmís legacy.
Farm umbrella insurance is designed to protect you when accidents happen and your existing liability insurance is not enough to cover all of the loss sustained by another party.
When it comes to transition planning, farmers face some unique challenges and need to take proactive steps to help ensure that their legacy is protected.
That ďBĒ average may have served you well in school. But when it comes to choosing your insurer, itís better to go for an A+.
Brent Porteus will also serve on the Nationwide Board Sponsor Committee, which oversees the companyís relationship with eight Farm Bureaus and two major agricultural cooperatives in the United States.
High crop yields combined with below-normal temperatures and a wet harvest in 2014 have farmers and other grain handlers working with less-than-ideal corn and soybeans. Experts are projecting the deadliest year for grain engulfments since 2010, when 59 entrapments were recorded.