No matter where you are or what type of farm you run, it’s essential to protect your buildings, staff, stock and machinery. Quality farm insurance provides cover for all these and more, offering you peace of mind knowing your livelihood is protected.
As farming becomes more diverse it makes sense to seek professional advice to ensure all risks are appropriately covered.
Farming is one of our fields of expertise and we really do believe you reap what you sow! We have heavily invested in our farming expertise with dedicated farm experts across our offices, our own unique farm scheme and farm specialists within our claims team. The farm insurance we offer and advise on will be specifically designed for your business.
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There is a vast array of products available for farm and agricultural businesses, with a number of additional products and covers available dependent on the activities of your farm.
It is vitally important that all business activities are declared when placing your insurances. Failure to declare an activity no matter how small or occasional could render your insurance invalid.
We provide a commercial insurance service in addition to farming and agriculture so will be able to approach a wide selection of insurers to place diversified risks.
No, unlike some of our competitors we are able to select from a wide panel of insurance companies. Risk appetite differs between companies and we are able to choose the best policy for you at the most competitive price.
James has worked within insurance broking since 1999. He has worked for a variety of intermediaries, developing his skills, before joining Alan Boswell Group in…
Sean joined Alan Boswell Group straight from college at the age of 18, initially working in the claims department where he provided administration assistance to…
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