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Published on June 30, 2020
You can’t predict the weather, but you can always count on us to help you deal with it.
In our 65 years of experience dealing with farm insurance, we’ve seen a storm or two. With the severity of the weather increasing year over year, you want to make sure your investment is covered from damages caused by summer storms.
At One Insurance, we offer you peace of mind to protect your investment with a Crop Hail insurance policy.
What is crop hail insurance?
A Crop Hail policy protects your input costs so that you can recover from your initial investment. Most crop hail policies also cover loss from fire.
Your primary farm insurance policy may not provide you with adequate coverages or limits for your crops, which is why we have a separate policy option that will increase your crop limit up to $500 an acre.
Yes! Coverage is available on ALL types of crops ranging from $20 to $500 per acre. *Coverage purchased cannot exceed the actual value of the crop
The policy is in effect from 12:00 noon the day following the date of purchase.
All policy coverage ends on October 15th at 12:00 noon of the same year.
There is no cut-off date to buy coverage
Our policy is especially competitive with canola and soybean crops. All claims are handled by experienced claim adjusters and support is provided by our experienced staff. We offer expert advice and flexible deductible options on your insurance.
Protect your investment. Call us today to learn more about the benefits of Crop Hail Insurance.
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