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A Moo-ving Learning Experience

A few years back, I had a cow die for an unknown reason so I called my insurance agent. I discovered that while the cow was covered under my farm blanket insurance policy, she wasn't covered for anything other than lightning, accidental shooting or suffocation. Talk about a learning experience!

I wonder how many other folks with a small herd know this before it's too late? I have now taken other steps to insure my cows and focus on making sure I know what is and isn't covered on my farm.

It's important we know exactly what our policies cover from our animals to lawn mowers and recreational vehicles. Working closely with our insurance agents to develop good communication and positive relationships is key.

Friendship Insurance agents strive to ensure you know how you are covered to prevent "learning experiences" like mine. We would love to review your policy or provide a quote with one of many great insurance companies.

Chancey is a Friendship Insurance Agent in Seymour and farmer who loves raising his kids on the farm with his wife.


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