We recognise that finding insurance cover specifically for the needs of a smallholder, designed on a suitable smaller scale, is a big issue which is why we have worked with a reputable insurance underwriter to provide an online option, available 24/7 which offers cover to those with less than 50 acres of land from the consequences of liability, loss or damage.
We fully appreciate that small scale farmers may not face as many problems as their larger neighbours, but they still have an enterprise to run. The assets of this business need protecting, and the threats and liabilities are just as real. As an insurance broker with over 30 years’ agricultural experience we fully understand the needs of both the small scale and the large scale farmers and as we are independent brokers, we will be able to find suitable insurance cover for either.
Smallholder Protect® has been designed to cater for most smallholdings, small working farms or hobby farms who own under 50 acres and is available to purchase via this website at any time – day or night. By paying online, your cover starts immediately, or on the date you select, and all your documents will be sent direct to your email too.
Very competitively priced, Smallholder Protect® also boasts a wide range of cover such as agricultural buildings and contents, livestock, machinery, plus all liability needs – public, product and even employer’s. It can also include home and contents insurance if you choose to – so everything is covered under the one policy with one renewal date to remember.
Cover for Employer’s Liability is included as standard and extends to helpers and friends who lend you a hand on a voluntary basis – an essential in today’s world.
Click here to visit Smallholder Protect to obtain a personal quotation and buy online … direct and at a time to suit you.
Alternatively if you are over the 50-acre limit or need to discuss further cover you may call us on 0345 646 0170, during office hours.
Last week the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), reported several remedies to tackle concerns about ’dual pricing’ in the insurance market.
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.