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Horse & Farm Insurance: Mistakes to Avoid by Tina Langness

First and Foremost - Choose the right agent – someone with farm/horse business savvy. Choose an agent that will come out, meet with you, walk your property, talk about your specific needs, and offer advice and worksheets on how to best inventory your personal and business property. Also an agent that meets with you yearly to go over any major or minor property changes, inventory changes, etc. Even if it’s as simple as adding new fencing, a tractor, a lean-to, electric or water lines , you will want to add these changes to your properties policy. My best advice is to video tape your entire...

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