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Named-Peril Insurance Products

Hail. It can strike without warning and leave a significant portion of a planted field devastated while leaving other portions unharmed. Able to be purchased at any time during the growing season, our Named-Peril products are designed to remove the stress of hail damage so no matter the weather you can rest easy with Scott Colville Crop Insurance!

colville crop fire and hail

Crop-Hail

Provides protection against any yield reduction caused by hail and/or fire.

FAQs

 

What’s the pricing? 

Pricing varies depending on a couple of factors like what county you’re in and what crop you’re insuring. For example, some areas experience a higher hail rate than others. Statistically-speaking, Nebraska farmers endure a higher number of hailstorms per year than Michigan farmers do. Insurance isn’t uniform, nor can it be, because of all the different variables that farmers experience all over the country. Call us and we’ll look up what your county and crop pricing will be. Lucky for you, we are an independent agency and we can shop around for the best rates for your specific needs. 

 

What does hail insurance cover? 

Hail insurance doesn’t just cover hail. It also covers other threats to your crops. Base hail insurance includes additional coverage for fire, lightning, vandalism, and transit protection for up to 100 miles. Add-ons to hail insurance can also include coverage for issues like wind, lodging, tornadoes, and extra harvest expenses. And there’s extra claims for re-plant options, early planting, and canning reject. 

 

Are there benefits to paying early? 

If you pay your bill before August 1, there’s a 3- 5 % discount. This saves you money in the long run, so we recommend paying early.

 

Anything else I should know? 

You are able to establish the hail rate. Every beginning commodity has a set price per $100. Even though every crop is differently insured in every county, there’s still a max level coverage per crop. Here’s an example: for potatoes, it costs $1 for every $100 worth of coverage per acre. That price will vary, but that’s the base level. You actually can go up to $1,500 worth of coverage. More farmers should be aware that they don’t have to go up to the maximum. 

Named-Peril Insurance Products

Hail. It can strike without warning and leave a significant portion of a planted field devastated while leaving other portions unharmed. Able to be purchased at any time during the growing season, our Named-Peril products are designed to remove the stress of hail damage so no matter the weather you can rest easy with Scott Colville Crop Insurance!

colville crop fire and hail

Crop-Hail

Provides protection against any yield reduction caused by hail and/or fire.

FAQs

 

What’s the pricing? 

Pricing varies depending on a couple of factors like what county you’re in and what crop you’re insuring. For example, some areas experience a higher hail rate than others. Statistically-speaking, Nebraska farmers endure a higher number of hailstorms per year than Michigan farmers do. Insurance isn’t uniform, nor can it be, because of all the different variables that farmers experience all over the country. Call us and we’ll look up what your county and crop pricing will be. Lucky for you, we are an independent agency and we can shop around for the best rates for your specific needs. 

 

What does hail insurance cover? 

Hail insurance doesn’t just cover hail. It also covers other threats to your crops. Base hail insurance includes additional coverage for fire, lightning, vandalism, and transit protection for up to 100 miles. Add-ons to hail insurance can also include coverage for issues like wind, lodging, tornadoes, and extra harvest expenses. And there’s extra claims for re-plant options, early planting, and canning reject. 

 

Are there benefits to paying early? 

If you pay your bill before August 1, there’s a 3- 5 % discount. This saves you money in the long run, so we recommend paying early.

 

Anything else I should know? 

You are able to establish the hail rate. Every beginning commodity has a set price per $100. Even though every crop is differently insured in every county, there’s still a max level coverage per crop. Here’s an example: for potatoes, it costs $1 for every $100 worth of coverage per acre. That price will vary, but that’s the base level. You actually can go up to $1,500 worth of coverage. More farmers should be aware that they don’t have to go up to the maximum. 

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HERE FOR YOU AND YOURS

Mondays – Saturdays,
6:30am to 10:00pm