Farm Insurance

Whether you’re running a large-scale operation or carrying on the tradition of a small family farm, Growers Choice Insurance offers farm insurance coverages that are tailored to meet your farm’s property and liability exposures. We understand the risks you face as a Michigan farm and agribusiness owner, and that every farm is different when it comes to their needs. Which is why we work with over 50 different insurance companies to assure we find the best customized policy for you and your farm’s needs. Protect your home and farming operations today with a custom solution. Choose us for your farmers insurance coverage because with Growers Choice, you have a choice.

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Growers Choice provides farm insurance to all of Michigan, including the following areas:

      • Bay County: Auburn, Bay City, Bentley, Essexville, Kawkawlin, Linwood, Munger, and Pinconning
      • Arenac County: Au Gres, Omer, Standish, Sterling, Turner, and Twining
      • Midland County: Coleman, Edenville, Hope, Midland, and Sanford
      • Saginaw County: Birch Run, Brant, Bridgeport, Burt, Carrollton, Chesaning, Frankenmuth, Freeland, Hemlock, Merrill, Oakley, Saginaw, and Saint Charles

What is Covered with Farm Insurance:

• Home & Contents

• Barns & Outbuildings

• Farm Personal Property

• Scheduled Personal Property

• Machinery & Equipment

• Livestock

• Produce

• Loss of Income

• Liability

Types of Farms We Insure:

• Vegetable & Row Crop Farms

• Grain & Rice Farms

• Dairy Farms

• Potato Farms

• Sod Farms

• Berry Farms

• Processing Farms

• Seed Merchants

• Poultry & Meat Farms

Our Farm Insurance Carriers

We work with over 50 different insurance companies to ensure we find the right insurance rate for you, your needs, and your budget.

Frequently Asked Questions

It depends on a number of factors, including the amount of revenue generated, crops produced, acreage owned or leased and the specific agriculture operations taking place.

Effective dates can be established at any point through the year. It is typically best for the farm operation to seek a renewal date during an offseason. This ensures proper time can be devoted to reviewing and thinking about your farm insurance protection.

We recommend gathering a list of locations, equipment with corresponding values, dwellings and outbuildings and operations information (revenue, crops, animals, etc).

Yes! While farm policies offer coverage options not found with a homeowners policy we can work with you to identify whether farm insurance or a properly endorsed homeowners policy meets your needs.

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