We all depend on Canadian agriculture’s survival and growth, yet few of us understand the unique challenges facing today’s farmers. Their love of the land must be matched by their knowledge of advanced techniques and equipment. Their growing investments of capital must be protected. A commitment to provide comprehensive agriculture insurance to Canadian farmers is the foundation of Toole Peet Insurance.
What is covered in Agriculture insurance
Farming has always been a risky business. Many uncontrollable factors come into play – weather, vermin, or other natural catastrophes – that can destroy a crop and put the farmer in a bad financial situation. A variety of agriculture insurance options are available to farmers so they can receive compensation in the event of a poor season or catastrophic natural event:
Risk Reduction with Crop Insurance: A key element of risk reduction for farmers is crop insurance.
Crop insurance – is an important tool in managing financial risk associated with farming. It is intended to help farmers survive disasters and return to profitability, providing they purchase an adequate amount of protection.
Livestock Insurance – The raising and farming of livestock can be just as risky as growing crops. You face the same kinds of challenges – fluctuating market prices, reduced yields (as in dairy farming), and the sickness or death of your animals. Livestock insurance can provide you with invaluable coverage in case of these kinds of challenges.
Property and Casualty (P&C) Insurance – P&C insurance covers an agribusiness’s buildings and their contents — money and securities, accounts-receivable records, inventory, furniture, machinery and supplies when damage, theft, or loss occurs.
Agriculture Insurance experts
Customers of Toole Peet Insurance can expect excellent service from our experienced, professional insurance experts. Safeguard your future in agriculture today. Learn more about your options for agribusiness insurance coverage by clicking the contact us button or get a quote button and an experienced insurance broker will contact you about protecting your farming business.