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The following information is provided by Nationwide, the No. 1 farm and ranch insurer in the U.S.*
Managing a successful farm or ranch today takes a lot of time and energy. And keeping up with evolving trends and the accelerating pace of innovation is no easy task. As a way to help farmers and ranchers stay on top of the many issues they face — from day-to-day operations to operation-wide management — Nationwide launched the Ag Insight Center.
At AgInsightCenter.com, you’ll find resources, expert tips and timely, relevant content to help you stay in the know on the issues you face and solutions to the challenges of agriculture.
- Safety and risk management resources to help you identify and reduce hazards, keep workers safe and protect assets.
- Business and operations resources to help you stay on top of industry trends, identify business opportunities and run a more profitable operation.
- Financial planning resources to help you make important financial decisions for your business and family.
- Insurance resources to help understand your needs and coverage options from Nationwide.
Thought leadership from farm experts and industry leaders
As the No. 1 farm and ranch insurer in the U.S., Nationwide employs talented and experienced people from agricultural backgrounds – many of whom are farm operators. The thought leadership content you will find on the AIC draws on the expertise and experience of a talented team of industry experts and ag professionals who know firsthand the pressures and challenges facing farmers and ranchers.
For example, Erin Cumings, Nationwide sponsor relations senior consultant, also raises cattle and farms in Warren County, Iowa. Erin shares with readers her 20 years of insurance experience, hands-on knowledge and expertise in farm safety and risk management and how fellow farmers can add value to their farming operations.
Get content delivered to your inbox
We encourage everyone to subscribe to the AIC newsletter to get content delivered straight to their email inbox every other month. Each newsletter contains content on trending topics impacting farmers today. No matter where you are — in the field, office or farm shop — you always have quick access to valuable information that can help you manage your operation today and plan for tomorrow.
“The Ag Insight Center is symbolic of the Nationwide commitment to helping our customers thrive,” said Nationwide Ag Marketing Director Brad Snyder. “It’s a one-stop shop to keep farmers informed on the topics important to their businesses and families. And the AIC email newsletter gets you that information in a snap, no matter where you are or what you’re doing.”
*A.M. Best Market Share Report 2021. Nationwide, the Nationwide N and Eagle, and Nationwide is on your side are service marks of Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company. © 2022 Nationwide
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