Insurance for a Small Farm
Your hobby farm still needs adequate security from a wide variety of hazards, even if it isn't your primary source of revenue.

Your hobby farm still needs adequate security from a wide variety of hazards, even if it isn't your primary source of revenue. Many things, from natural disasters to vandalism, lurk in the shadows, waiting to wreak havoc on your land and account. Fortunately, coverage for hobby farms is available.

Find the best hobby farm insurance for your family's requirements with the aid of an independent insurance agent. Even before you need to make a claim, they will help you get set up with coverage. But first, a comprehensive look at commercial insurance for small farms.

Define the Term "Hobby Farm."

Hobby farms exist in all shapes and sizes, but they all have the commonality of not being operated to provide a living wage. Whatever you raise on your property, whether it's cattle or crops, if it's not your primary source of revenue, it's a hobby farm. Your hobby farm, whatever its legal status, is a valuable part of your life and deserves protection.

What Does Coverage Look Like for a Hobby Farm?

Hobby farm insurance often provides critical protections for those who own and operate smaller farms. Your barn and henhouse are also protected by hobby farm insurance. You may tailor your policy's basic coverages to your hobby farm's unique needs by purchasing optional riders.

What is often included in hobby farm insurance:

  • Farmhouses: A hobby farm insurance policy will cover your primary residence on the property the same way a standard homeowners policy would. In contrast, these risks are bundled into a single farm insurance policy.

  • Damages to or loss of your animals are covered by insurance. The insurance must specify how the injury or death occurred.

  • Crops: We've covered you for various disasters, including wind and hail. Some may cover insects.

  • Thanks to this policy, your hobby farm's machinery and tools are protected from a wide range of risks. Even if your farm has less machinery than others, replacing everything would still cost a lot.

  • Your barn, equipment shed, pole barn, and other outbuildings are protected against vandalism, fire, and other threats.

Choose the best coverage for your hobby farm with the advice of an impartial insurance professional.