Last Updated: April 5, 2020
Wisconsin is home to nearly 65,000 farms; 7,000 of these are dairy farms – more than any other state. That adds up to approximately 1.28 million cows. Wisconsin also ranks first in the nation in the production of cheese, cranberries, ginseng, corn for silage, and snap beans for processing.
Farms and farm families have unique insurance needs.
Property Insurance can provide coverage for the structures on your farm such as your home and barn, along with your farm equipment, machinery, livestock, and farm products.
Health Insurance provides coverage for the medical treatment of sicknesses and injuries. It does not generally provide coverage for work-related injuries.
Worker's Compensation Insurance provides coverage for work-related injuries including medical treatment and lost wages.
Disability Income Insurance provides coverage for lost wages because of a short-term or long-term illness or injury. Farmers may purchase disability income insurance for themselves and their employees.
Visit the Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection's
Wisconsin Farm Center , which provides free and confidential services to farmers. Services include financial and business consultation, succession and transition planning, legal and financial mediation, and much more.
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Whether it is auto, health, home, or life insurance, our Consumer Affairs team is here to help you if you have a question or concern about your insurance policy or claim.
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