Make sure you have the right coverage through reliable hail, multi-peril and pasture / rangeland / forage insurance.
Protect your investments with hail, multi-peril and pasture/rangeland/forage insurance policies. CornerBank Insurance Agency LLC and Rural Community Services (RCIS) work together to provide you with the risk management tools important to your farming operation. Today, crop insurance is the cornerstone of farm and ranch risk management portfolios. Crop insurance helps make America’s farmers and ranchers world leaders in agriculture, allowing producers to stay competitive and be more innovative. It also helps them sleep better at night knowing that, should the unexpected happen, they will have the financial security to stay in business and go on to plant the next season. Contact us for more information about how crop insurance policies will benefit you and your operation.
It only takes one hailstorm to destroy an entire season’s work. Crop hail insurance can give you the assurance you need to weather just about any storm. Our licensed agents will help you choose the risk management plan that’s right for you. We remain committed to providing you with the crop hail products that work for you.
Multi-peril coverage is risk management protection against weather-related causes of loss such as hail, drought, freezes, floods and fire or insects, disease and wildlife. Multi-peril coverage is protection against a loss of production or a loss of revenue caused by low prices and/or low yields. Multi-peril crop insurance is Federally supported and regulated.
Provides protection against losses of forage for grazing or harvested for hay due to lack of precipitation. Coverage is based on historic versus current precipitation experience in small areas called grids. These small areas allow PRF (pasture/rangeland/forage) policies to provide more localized coverage.
Disclosure: Insurance products are not FDIC insured. Insurance products are not deposits of, obligations of, or guaranteed by CornerBank or its affiliates. Insurance products may involve investment risk, including the possible loss of principal amount invested.