Are You Insured and Licensed when Your Camelids Meet the People? “If you open your farm to the public and have staff and or volunteers working for you, then you are at risk”.
As better weather sees an increase in dogs on farmland, farmers are being advised to review their insurance details and ensure they know their coverage if a dog related incident occurs on their property.
Often a big issue for smaller scale farmers and smallholders is finding insurance cover designed and suitable for their needs, from the consequences of liability, loss or damage.
Please note during the Easter period that all our offices will be closed on Friday 19th April and Monday 22nd April – reopening on Tuesday 23rd April at 09.00am
NOTE: THIS DATE HAS BEEN CANCELLED; REVISED DATE TO BE ANNOUNCED IN DUE COURSE With so many challenges facing agriculture, H&H Agri Businesses are to host a seminar to update farmers on the opportunities to help plan for the future.
“To tackle the risk to life in the farming sector, Health and Safety Executive (HSE) inspectors will be visiting farms unannounced to check for non-compliance to health and safety rules. So farmers need to be prepared and ensure that everything is compliant and in order”, says Philip Pagin, Rural Sales Manager.
H&H Insurance Brokers highlight that if you are considering travelling to Europe after the 29th March, you could be turned away if you do not have a ‘Green Card’.
At Borderway UK Dairy Expo, Carlisle, on Saturday 9th March, H&H Insurance Brokers are launching FloodFlash, a new policy that will give businesses and commercial property owners, which are at risk from all forms of natural flooding, access to affordable flood insurance.
In conjunction with H&H Land and Property we would like to invite you to a reception and presentation evening covering a number of relevant and timely farm related topics
FloodFlash insurance which gives businesses and commercial property owners – at risk from floods – access to affordable flood insurance