Fireman's Fund has been serving the agricultural community since the 19th century. Your farm, ranch, or vineyard will join a variety of agricultural operations that are now our customers.
Our national network of independent agents includes local people who are part of your farming community. They have local knowledge and understand the specific risks that your operation faces.
From family farms to large-scale agricultural operations, we provide extensions and coverages developed over our many years of support for farming operations. Our policyholders include premium Napa Valley vineyards, cattle ranches in Montana, apple orchards in Washington, and dairies in Wisconsin. Our insurance products offer the details that your operation needs, from crop management insurance to coverage for farm machinery.
Insuring with Fireman's Fund gives you access to qualified professionals, from your local agent to our experienced agricultural underwriters and claims adjusters. We offer more than a policy - we help you take control of your losses. With an average of 20 years experience, our team of insurance professionals understands the needs of ranchers, farmers and dairy owners.
Fireman's Fund Agribusiness provides reinsurance to Rural Community Insurance Services (RCIS), a managing general agent that writes insurance coverage on Multi Peril Crop Insurance (MPCI), Livestock, Crop Hail, and named Peril products.
MPCI is a federal insurance program written through the private insurance sector, designed to protect a farmer’s crops.
Its benefits include:
Livestock Risk Protection (LRP) Livestock Risk Protection is another federal insurance program designed to protect livestock producers from declining market prices. LRP allows the flexibility to choose policy terms to match market cycles, thus limiting downside risk while allowing unrestricted profit potential.
Crop Hail and Named Perils Crop Hail and Named Peril policies are issued directly by RCIS. The policies offer coverage against crop hail and other specific types of damage to crops.
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