Farm Insurance in Weyburn.
Have you recently purchased new machinery or equipment? If so, you may be able to acquire protection with a limited waiver of depreciation that will be valid up to five years after purchase.
Are all your buildings insured? Many buildings may qualify for Replacement Cost Coverage, depending on usage and age. This may be declared on your policy with the building description. If this is not indicated, losses can be settled based on actual cash value minus depreciation.
Do you have coverage for loss of use? You may have this option that can provide a limited amount of reimbursement for rental expenses if your borrowed equipment is damaged.
Are all your tools and equipment up to date? Claims that you make for combines, sweathers, and other valuable equipment could be subject to detached deductibles.
Is there enough insurance for your building’s contents? You might need to also consider spare parts, tools, supplies, and miscellaneous shop equipment. These may not be included in your current policy and your outbuildings are generally not included.
Have you checked if you have protection for your chemicals, fodder, and fertilizer? You probably have insurance for your livestock and grain, but there are exceptions.
Do you require Fire Fighting farm insurance coverage? Most plans will not include this essential protection.
Do you have special processes which require added insurance? If so, you should ensure your tasks are clearly indicated so that protection can be arranged.