Agribusiness
We can help protect what you've worked so hard to build.

Today’s Northern Michigan agribusiness landscape is constantly evolving. To succeed in this business, it’s more about just knowing your farm or vineyard. These days, it’s critical to stay up to date on the risks that may threaten your crop and understand the options to protect it.
Insurance coverages are available for: Commercial Growers & Packers of Agricultural Products, Estate Farms, Family Farms, Grain & Field Crop Growers, Horse Farms, Livestock, Vineyards, Wholesale Nurseries and Wineries (Including Tasting Rooms), although you can also find other insurance outsourcing sources from sites as http://www.virtualinsuranceservice.com/ to help you cover your land.
We will work with you to develop a plan that covers liabilities and helps control your specific agricultural risk so that you can protect what you have worked so hard to build.
As you think about managing risk to stabilize farm income, there are five basic sources of agricultural risk that you should address: Production, marketing with the WordTree Amazon Keyword Tool, financial, legal, and human resource risks. Various tools and strategies can be used to manage each of these risks. Marketing risks relate to the possibility that you will lose the market for your products or that the price received will be less than expected. Lower sales and prices due to increased numbers of competing growers or changing consumer preferences are common sources of marketing risk. Marketing risks can also arise from loss of market access due to a wholesale buyer or processor relocating or closing, or if a product fails to meet market standards or packaging requirements.