Farm insurance is unique, which is why it is important to have a licensed insurance agent at Martin-Morris Agency review what coverages are best for your specific needs.
Farmers throughout Washington take advantage of the Federal Crop Insurance Corporation to help minimize the risks of agricultural endeavors. As an independent insurance agency, Martin-Morris Agency works with farmers to provide FCIC coverage as well as additional protection.
FCIC, a government cooperation with insurance providers, offers multi-peril crop insurance as a safety net for farmers. Farmers and other growers purchase this risk-management tool for protection against natural disasters that threaten cash crops. Coverage may include loss of revenue in the event of significant price declines. Though FCIC participation is no longer mandatory for agricultural businesses, it remains one of the most powerful risk-management tools available to farms and orchards. At Martin-Morris Agency, we are proud to offer our Washington farmers the protection they need with federally-supported and regulated FCIC policies for the following:
Hail insurance may also benefit your agribusiness. This form of crop insurance is not part of FCIC but is available through Martin-Morris Agency. A crop hail policy can be beneficial in Washington, where hail is a common occurrence. This particular natural disaster has been known to wipe out entire portions of a field, making it most popular for farms growing high-yield crops.
Whether you operate a large farm in Central Washington or a small hobby farm in Seattle, you need some form of insurance. Put a risk-management plan in place for your agribusiness today! Contact Martin-Morris Agency to learn more about your insurance options. You work hard to feed America. Let us work to give you peace of mind.
Farmers throughout Washington take advantage of the Federal Crop Insurance Corporation to help minimize the risks of agricultural endeavors. As an independent agency, Martin-Morris Agency works with a referral agency to provide FCIC coverage.