Farms and agriculture

Farm and agricultural business insurance


Tredstone and its network of liability insurers specialise in providing commercial insurance cover to businesses in the UK, including farms and agricultural concerns.


We understand that those in farming and agriculture must continually work hard to make their assets and their operations profitable, as such it is essential that they are securely protected from all reasonably foreseeable insurance risks.


By working in conjunction with our partners we are confident that we can tailor a portfolio of insurance products to meet your unique needs. Whether you run a smallholding, large livestock operation or a winery, we can help you achieve the security and peace of mind you need.


In fact, we work with the full spectrum of agricultural businesses, including the following:


  • Cattle, dairy and livestock farms
  • Cotton and field crop growers
  • Hobby farms
  • Berry and PYO farms
  • Grain growers
  • Vegetable growers
  • Vineyards
  • Row crop growers


Covering your insurance risks from every angle


Tredstone understands that your insurance needs will vary depending on the size and nature of your operation. However, popular policy options include the following:


  • Buildings and equipment cover
  • Livestock cover
  • Public liability cover
  • Employers’ liability cover (a legal requirement if you have one or more employees)
  • Product liability cover
  • Business interruption cover
  • Environmental liability cover
  • Goods in transit insurance
  • Commercial all risks cover


Consider your insurance needs today


Whether you are running a traditional farm or have diversified to include tea rooms, a café or accommodation on-site, Tredstone can help you address your insurance risks.


Tredstone prides itself on the service it gives to farms and agricultural businesses. Whether you wish to upgrade your cover or would simply like to discuss your needs, call our specialist advisors today.

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