Farming and Agriculture Insurance
How can our farm insurance experts help?
Our team of agricultural insurance brokers are industry experts and as a business we have over 60 years’ experience providing farm insurance advice for our clients.
We have specialists across the British countryside who can take the time to visit your farm and gain a thorough understanding of you and your business.
We understand agriculture and can provide cover and advice for the things affecting you.
We work closely with many of the leading agricultural insurers to provide a range of innovative and market-leading solutions.
What agricultural insurance is available?
We can arrange can cover everything from arable to intensive livestock, property, business interruption, liability cover and more. Whether it is a standard farming risk or a modern diversification we can cater for each eventuality.
Our combined policies cover the key elements of your farm that you need to protect.
Cover for cars, commercial and agricultural vehicles, as well as implements and attachments.
Covering you as you branch out from traditional farming activity to develop new revenue streams.
Farmshield is a scheme designed with agriculture in mind, providing the best solution for your unique contracting business.
Having appropriate environmental insurance cover on your policy could be crucial in avoiding unexpectedly large bills for clean up costs.
Livestock disease cover
Animal and poultry disease outbreaks are unpredictable and often devastating. Having insurance in place could be crucial to dealing with livestock disease.
Agricultural equipment inspection
We can help you keep up-to-date with legislation and offer advise for protecting your farm and staff.
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Farmers have a responsibility for the safety of the animals in their fields, and for those walking across their land.
Jelf's Lincoln office are proud sponsors of the Lincolnshire Farming Conference, and will be an exhibitor at the event.
Frequently asked questions
Lifting equipment has to be inspected once a year, unless it has a man cage, in which case it must be checked every 6 months.