My homeowners is with a different company. Use Farm Bureau only for equipment and farm land liability. Like he said very cheap. I have all my hay equipment, zero turn lawn mower a JD Gator and its like $300.00
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I use Farm Bureau Insurance as well been using them for years.
When asking about insurance on my tractors, the agent said that I am covered for 10,000 on my standard policy. Since my tractors are old that was good enough for me. Now that I am buying one over $10,000 dollars, i will know later today what it will cost in Canada.
I live in Florida amd have Citizens Insurance, which is a semi private/semi state owned company (owned by state and ran as a business), and it specifically does NOT cover theft of any kind. Are you using "construction risk" insurance on the new home, that might might include it, just make.sure you actually do or dont have it covered, dont AssUMe.
I'm in Northern Ontario and use State Farm for the tractor (exclusively) and the house and vehicle. The boat is covered by a different insurer.
Here in Oregon, I use State Farm for everything. Homeowner's, Autos and tractor which is covered under a "Personal Articles" policy. I also have an umbrella policy, which covers everything.
Since you don't have Homeowner's, sometimes a rental policy will substitute for that.
In this day & age you really need an umbrella policy. $1,000,000 lawsuits are not that uncommon at all.
The big deal here is that if you are sued for liability, the insurance company will provide you with an attorney for your defense. If they are potentially on the hook for only $100,000 you get a "B" team lawyer. If they are on the hook for more money, you get an "A" team lawyer.
Hey thank everyone I did find insurance ,case closed