Our in-Livestock policies are tailor made to meet your requirements because your investment is worth protecting. in-Livestock supplies comprehensive cover for your entire herd or individual pedigree animals with a wide range of insurance products tailored to your needs.
This cover can be extended to include:
Mortality vs. Loss of Use
Mortality cover only insures you in the event of death or humane destruction due to unforeseen circumstances, but with in-Livestock’s comprehensive Loss of Use policies, you’re covered in the event that the animal you have purchased has an incapacitating (but not fatal) injury
Length of Cover
Policies start from 3 months and often are extended for up to a year, so it’s important that you speak to our team about what coverage duration is best suited to your needs
With almost three decades providing specialist insurance to breeders, we have established a strong client base throughout the North of England and Scotland. We pride ourselves on a personal, hands-on approach and are committed to remaining an independent insurance provider. We act with your best interests in mind. As a trading style of H&H, in-Livestock is able to offer insurance cover at key H&H pedigree Breed Society Sales as well as private sales for vendors and purchasers.
Full Terms and Conditions available.
By choosing H&H Insurance Brokers to arrange your insurance we want you to know that you will receive the following levels of service:
Cover can be purchased post-sale up to 48 hours | Instant quote and cover is available during key sales at any of the H&H marts.
A relatively new insurance against the increasingly hostile world of claims and investigations is now available through H&H Insurance Brokers entitled Rural Protect.
Business Interruption can be a vital, additional element to your overall insurance package. However, some rural and farm businesses do not understand the importance of this cover; and for some it may not be accurate.
The 2014/2015 Health and Safety Executive ( HSE) figures show that Agriculture is once again one of the most dangerous jobs in the country, and with the risks amplified during harvest season. Taking steps to alleviate risk is crucial to ensuring a smooth summer.