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Farm policies that match and protect your livelihood.

There are over 70,000 farmers in Alberta, with the province leading in cattle and calf livestock production in Canada.

Your farm’s livestock, crops, equipment and property are your livelihood. In an unexpected event where a farmer’s livelihood is destroyed or damaged, having proper insurance is crucial. It may be a fire, hail or wind damage, or theft that will wreak havoc on your farm and home.

Reliant Insurance provide farmers in Edmonton and the surrounding areas with farm liability insurance and farm property insurance. Liability coverage is in place to cover you if someone is visiting the farm and has an accident or you damage someone’s property.

On the other hand, a basic farm property insurance package will cover losses to protect your property from fire, explosions, and lightning. There is additional coverage, for example, if you have an outdoor pool on the property, require fuel oil coverage or collapse of building coverage, and more.

A farm’s insurance policy is also determined by the type of farming: arable, pastoral, mixed and subsistence, commercial, intensive and extensive. If you’re a livestock farmer, your specialized equipment needs and quality control are taken into account.

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Your policy will reflect the structures on your farm, including your dwellings (barns and buildings), your home, and the contents which pertain to your farming operations. There is a wide range of farm insurance options in Alberta, taking into account the farm’s machinery, equipment, tools and parts, feed, grain, chemicals, fertilizer, produce, poultry, and livestock.

Some insurance providers will offer optional coverage, including feedlot liability, water defense coverage, milk contamination coverage, and replacement cost and loss of use coverage on farm machinery.

Dairy Farmers

Dairy farmers in particular need to protect their milk from heat in the storage tank and contamination. If there is a mechanical problem in the cooling system, you’ll have spoiled milk. Farmers in this case would benefit from the milk spoilage coverage option, which pays you back for any spoiled milk, contamination, and dirt. This is additional coverage, but in the event that your cooling system craps out, you’ll be happy you bought into it. It pays to know what you have available so you can make the best choices for your situation.

Specialized Help

There are so many different scenarios in the farm industry that can impact your daily life that you need to cover your tracks with a specialized and secure policy. The proper choices now will give you the freedom to do your work while you enjoy your farm life in peace.

Reliant Insurance has specialized brokers who can get you the best rates and suitable policies that match your needs. We work with the top insurance providers in the province who have been working with the farming industry for years and have the experience to get the job done.

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Farm policies that match and protect your livelihood.

There are over 70,000 farmers in Alberta, with the province leading in cattle and calf livestock production in Canada.

Your farm’s livestock, crops, equipment and property are your livelihood. In an unexpected event where a farmer’s livelihood is destroyed or damaged, having proper insurance is crucial. It may be a fire, hail or wind damage, or theft that will wreak havoc on your farm and home.

Reliant Insurance provide farmers in Edmonton and the surrounding areas with farm liability insurance and farm property insurance. Liability coverage is in place to cover you if someone is visiting the farm and has an accident or you damage someone’s property.

On the other hand, a basic farm property insurance package will cover losses to protect your property from fire, explosions, and lightning. There is additional coverage, for example, if you have an outdoor pool on the property, require fuel oil coverage or collapse of building coverage, and more.

A farm’s insurance policy is also determined by the type of farming: arable, pastoral, mixed and subsistence, commercial, intensive and extensive. If you’re a livestock farmer, your specialized equipment needs and quality control are taken into account.

Farm Structures

Your policy will reflect the structures on your farm, including your dwellings (barns and buildings), your home, and the contents which pertain to your farming operations. There is a wide range of farm insurance options in Alberta, taking into account the farm’s machinery, equipment, tools and parts, feed, grain, chemicals, fertilizer, produce, poultry, and livestock.

Some insurance providers will offer optional coverage, including feedlot liability, water defense coverage, milk contamination coverage, and replacement cost and loss of use coverage on farm machinery.

Dairy Farmers

Dairy farmers in particular need to protect their milk from heat in the storage tank and contamination. If there is a mechanical problem in the cooling system, you’ll have spoiled milk. Farmers in this case would benefit from the milk spoilage coverage option, which pays you back for any spoiled milk, contamination, and dirt. This is additional coverage, but in the event that your cooling system craps out, you’ll be happy you bought into it. It pays to know what you have available so you can make the best choices for your situation.

Specialized Help

There are so many different scenarios in the farm industry that can impact your daily life that you need to cover your tracks with a specialized and secure policy. The proper choices now will give you the freedom to do your work while you enjoy your farm life in peace.

Reliant Insurance has specialized brokers who can get you the best rates and suitable policies that match your needs. We work with the top insurance providers in the province who have been working with the farming industry for years and have the experience to get the job done.

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