Farm Insurance

Every business is different, and with that comes different insurance needs. Some of the types of coverage we offer
farm businesses includes:

  • Building
  • Farm Equipment
  • Livestock (including Mortality Coverage)

If you rent your land to a farmer, farm insurance still
​applied to you and you will need to ensure your property is protected.

Call 250-833-4450 or

Email insurance@sascu.com

Farm Insurance

Every business is different, and with that comes different insurance needs. Some of the types of coverage we offer
farm businesses includes:

  • Building
  • Farm Equipment
  • Livestock (including Mortality Coverage)

If you rent your land to a farmer, farm insurance still
​applied to you and you will need to ensure your property is protected.

Call 250-833-4450 or

Email insurance@sascu.com

How we can help your business

Coverage

Questions to Ask

Not sure if farm insurance is for you? Ask yourself these five questions below to identify if your business can benefit from it.

    1. Do you own farm machinery?

         This can include tractors, combines,
         plows, and other equipment that is
         required for daily farming work.

    2. Do you have farm animals on your
        property? 

        From horses and sheep to cattle and
        poultry, your animals can only be protected
        under farm insurance.

    3. Do you rent your land to a farmer?

        Farm insurance still applies to you if
        someone who has rented your land uses it
        to farm. 

    4. Do you grow or sell any crops?

        If you grow and sell fruits, vegetables,
        grains or other crops, farm insurance is
        essential.

    5. Do you have any outbuildings or barns on
         your property?

       If you have an outbuilding, a shed or garage
       that is on the same property but separate
       from a more important building, such as
​       your house, farm insurance is required.


Seeking more guidance? Get in touch with us.

Call 250-833-4450 or

Email insurance@sascu.com

Building

With farm insurance, you can get the following pieces of property covered, whether it is from theft, vandalism or a natural disaster:

  • Barns
  • Sheds
  • Stables
  • Chicken Coops (Chicken houses)
  • Tracker Storage 
  • Crop & Grain Storage

Equipment

Your equipment are essential to the day-to-day operations of your business. Farm insurance ensures that if your equipment breaks down or is damaged from weather conditions, it can be replaced. Below are the types of equipment farm insurance covers:

  • Tractor 
  • Plow
  • Harrows
  • Seeders
  • Fertilizer spreader
  • Combines
  • Baler

Livestock ​(including Mortality Coverage)

Your livestock is the core of your business and deserves to be protected. With farm insurance, your furry friends can be covered. We can protect all types of livestock, with the most common being:

  • Cows
  • Horses
  • Chickens
  • Sheep
  • Pigs
  • Goats

Business Interruption

Unexpected events from a disaster or loss may cause your business to temporarily close.

Business interruption can cause a halt in your income, making it challenging to take care of:

  • repairs,
  • bills,
  • payroll, and 
  • other ongoing expenses your business has.

Our insurance can help you cover these expenses, so your business can bounce back. Get in touch with us.

Call 250-833-4450 >
or email us at insurance@sascu.com

Coverage

Questions to Ask

Not sure if farm insurance is for you? Ask yourself these five questions below to identify if your business can benefit from it.

    1. Do you own farm machinery?

         This can include tractors, combines, plows, and other equipment that is required for daily farming work.

    2. Do you have farm animals on your property? 

        From horses and sheep to cattle and poultry, your animals can only be protected under farm insurance.

    3. Do you rent your land to a farmer?

        Farm insurance still applies to you if someone who has rented your land uses it to farm. 

    4. Do you grow or sell any crops?

        If you grow and sell fruits, vegetables, grains or other crops, farm insurance is essential.

    5. Do you have any outbuildings or barns on your property?

       If you have an outbuilding, a shed or garage that is on the same property but separate from a more important
​       building, such as your house, farm insurance is required.


Seeking more guidance? Get in touch with us.

Call 250-833-4450 or

Email insurance@sascu.com

Building Coverage

With farm insurance, you can get the following pieces of property covered, whether it is from theft, vandalism or a natural disaster:

  • Barns
  • Sheds
  • Stables
  • Chicken Coops (Chicken houses)
  • Tracker Storage 
  • Crop & Grain Storage

Equipment Coverage

Your equipment are essential to the day-to-day operations of your business. Farm insurance ensures that if your equipment breaks down or is damaged from weather conditions, it can be replaced. Below are the types of equipment farm insurance covers:

  • Tractor 
  • Plow
  • Harrows
  • Seeders
  • Fertilizer spreader
  • Combines
  • Baler

Livestock Coverage ​(including Mortality Coverage)

Your livestock is the core of your business and deserves to be protected. With farm insurance, your furry friends can be covered. We can protect all types of livestock, with the most common being:

  • Cows
  • Horses
  • Chickens
  • Sheep
  • Pigs
  • Goats

Business Interruption

Unexpected events from a disaster or loss may cause your business to temporarily close.

Business interruption can cause a halt in your income, making it challenging to take care of:

  • repairs,
  • bills,
  • payroll, and 
  • other ongoing expenses your business has.

Our insurance can help you cover these expenses, so your business can bounce back. Get in touch with us.

Call 250-833-4450 >
or email us at insurance@sascu.com

Make a claim

For when an emergency hits and you need tomake a claim on your business.

Make a claim

For when an emergency hits and you need to make a claim on your business.

We're here for you.

Friendly, reliable service you can count on. To learn more about farm insurance or to get started, contact us.

Call 250-833-4450 or

Email insurance@sascu.com

We're here for you.

Friendly, reliable service you can count on. To learn more about farm insurance or to get started, contact us.

Call 250-833-4450 or

Email insurance@sascu.com