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.
H&H Insurance Brokers now trading for 30 years across Cumbria, remain truly independent and offer a personal service (no call centres) and bespoke insurance cover at a competitive price – whatever the business size.
A farmer’s focus is on the efficient production of crop products and livestock, however, with so many variables involved – animal behaviour, machinery, the human factor, and of course, the weather – it is perhaps not surprising that the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) considers farming a high risk area.