Farm insurance in Canada
At Surex we love farmers! Why? Not only are you feeding us but farming is a huge part of the Surex story. You think we may just be saying that but it is true. Our head office is in a small farming community in Southern Alberta. We know just about as well as anyone the amount of work that goes into running a successful farm. Having the right farm insurance may not always be a top-of-mind priority but it is an integral aspect.
Surex works with the top insurance companies to get the best quote for Canada's hardworking farmers. We cannot predict the weather, nor can we give advice on the price of grain. What we can do is provide Canadian farm insurance at a great price.
To get started tell us a little bit about yourself and we will get to work finding a solution for your farm.
Farm Insurance in Canada
Farm liability insurance can help protect you and your assets from lawsuits and losses caused by bodily injury and property damage.
A Farm Policy covers the Farm Personal Property (such as farm machinery, grain, livestock, and any farm tools) that you use in your operations. The policy can be customized to cover farm buildings or structures you wish to insure. Always best to speak with an Advisor to see what works for you.
A hobby farm (also called a lifestyle block) is a smallholding or small farm that is maintained without expectation of being a primary source of income.
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Farm insurance is important because it protects the farmer or agricultural business owner from claims and lawsuits such as personal injuries or property damages due to accidents related to your farming business. Similar to home or auto insurance, you are protecting yourself and others from unforeseen perils and accidents.
Farm insurance is a hybrid form of coverage that protects you both personally and commercially and is similar to a standard homeowners policy. For example, farm insurance coverage will protect your home, possessions and personal liability and beyond that your machinery and livestock.
It also includes personal property directly related to your farming business and is conveniently broken down into 3 categories: farm machinery & equipment, livestock and farm products (such as seeds, silage, animal feed, fertilizers and pesticides) all of which are important to your farming business.
Beyond that, you can opt for additional coverage, you just need to speak to your insurance advisor on what your situation requires.