SEATTLE, Wash. - As experts, we know how confusing insurance can be, especially when it comes to farm insurance and coverage. In today's world, people are doing all kinds of things on their property, from weddings and events, to selling fruits and vegetables, or offering boarding services for animals. Depending on how you use your property, depends on what kind of insurance you need.
In the latest edition of The Northwest Horse Source, a print and online magazine published in the Pacific Northwest, Insurance Services Group's own Rob Knode answered questions about the differences between a homeowner policy and a hobby farm policy and why it matters.
To read the full article, click here. There is a lot of useful information not just for horse farms but for all hobby farm owners.
If you have questions about the insurance coverage mentioned in this article or are interested in getting a quote, please "email" <info [at] InsuranceServicesGroup [dot] com> or call Insurance Services Group. We are here to help!
(Cover of most recent NW Horse Source magazine)