A vast and diverse state, California is one of the richest agriculture producers in the world. Its vineyards and wines alone are both astounding and distinguished. But California also boasts the production of over 400 commodities from 81,500 farms, accounting for nearly half of US-grown vegetables, fruits, and nuts.
Despite its ideal growing conditions, California also has a destructive side, ranging from droughts, high winds, heat, frost, hail, failure of irrigation supply, excessive rain, insect infestation, bacteria-related disease, and more.
Jennifer Sutton—Crop Specialist
As a farmer, your goal is to reap what you sow. But the elements and events that are out of your control can destroy your hard work and put your livelihood at risk.
Leavitt United Insurance Services takes pride in our ability to offer specialized, customizable protection plans from top crop insurance companies. These plans include Multi-Peril Crop Insurance (MPCI), Crop-Revenue Insurance, Crop-Hail Insurance, and more.
We do the shopping and comparing to help you make the most informed decision possible, while saving you both time and money.
A California crop insurance policy commonly covers multiple crop perils, such as hail, droughts, and floods in a single, encompassing package.
Some policies may include crop-revenue insurance – the calculating and guarantee of a certain level of income, despite the growing season, yield, and potential disasters.
We offer winery insurance policies that cover crops across the whole of the Golden State.
To learn more about California crop insurance and the coverage options we offer, please request a free insurance quote or call us at 800-549-4242 for immediate assistance.
Leavitt United Insurance Services has been protecting farmers and their crops throughout California since 1983.
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