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Farm and Ranch - Country Living
Farm and Ranch
All the Coverage for the Lifestyle You Love
Whether it's one or 1,000 acres, country living has a style and simplicity all its own. If you're one of the fortunate folks who live outside the city limits, talk to us. We can help you protect your home, property, equipment, and more.
Let's Start With Your Home and Home Property Needs
– Coverage for your Dwelling (home), Structures (barns, outbuildings) tied to your dwelling,
Loss of Use
Then, Address Your Farm/Ranch Needs
Barns/Outbuildings – Class 1, 2, and Dairy Milking
Miscellaneous Farm and Ranch Property:
Farm Machinery, Implements, and Supplies
Mobile Farm Machinery and Implements
Other Miscellaneous Farm Property
We also offer coverage options for
Save With Discounts
Monitored alarm systems, companion policies, even keyed dead bolts could save you some cash on your home insurance premium. Talk to your agent to see if you qualify.
New to Texas?
Here are some things you need to know about the land you'll be calling home:
Texas Green Thumbs
– Indigenous or exotic, some plants thrive in our climate; others don't. Before you plant,
check out this Texas Hardiness Zone map
for tips on what will make your garden grow.
– This is home to just about every natural disaster, which is why the insurance premiums tend to be higher. What kind of weather will your livestock and crops be exposed to?
Check this Web site regularly
. It could help you prepare for every season.