By financen | August 12, 2017 - 7:29 am - Posted in Insurance

Your livestock is a major investment upon which you rely for income. You cannot afford to lose even a single animal without taking a hit to your bottom line.

Because you cannot predict if or when disaster will strike your farm or ranch, you must always be ready to protect your livestock against unforeseen losses. You can start by investing in security fencing, equine and livestock insurance policies, guard dogs, and other protections today.

Quotes for a Policy

The amount of insurance you buy for your agricultural venture may depend on how many animals you need to protect against loss. If you have several hundred or thousand head of cattle, for example, you may need a bigger policy than if you were insuring a single bull or a couple of horses.

Rather than pay out too much each month in premiums, you can get the right amount of coverage by first getting a quote for the new policy. The website is set up so you can get a quote that will estimate how much protection you can get and how much it will cost you on a monthly basis. You can then decide to insure all, some, or just a few of your animals based on that price.

Policy Specifics

After you get a price for the policy, you may then want to delve into what it will cover and in what circumstances you can make a claim. For example, if you live in one of the Plains states, you may want to know if it will pay you if one of your bulls is struck by lightning. Likewise, you may wonder if you can get compensation from the policy if a tornado wipes out your herd.

You also may want to discover how long you must have the policy before you can make a claim. Some insurers require that you pay into an asset protection policy for at least a year before you make a substantial claim and recover monetary or property losses. This information and more is available to you on the website.

Your cattle, horses, and other livestock are vital to how much income you bring in each year. You can protect your earnings and the animals you raise for your livelihood by going online and buying a policy that will compensate you for substantial losses due to unforeseen natural disasters and theft.

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