Equine Hazards

Hazards – What are they and how can you control them?   Hazards are conditions that create or increase the risk (chance) of injury to people, the horse, and property. Controlling hazards reduces the likelihood of injury. Some hazards can easily be eliminated,...

Farm Equipment Maintenance and Safety

Farm Equipment Maintenance and Safety Maintenance and Safety   It’s important to make sure your farm equipment stays in top working condition. Having a breakdown can be costly in two important ways: the bill for replacing the broken part(s) and the time...

Fire Prevention

Fire Prevention Preventing Fires Fires in barns and other farm buildings can be devastating in terms of loss of property, livestock, and sometimes lives. The farm, by nature, is a naturally abundant source of fuel. Tall grass, hay, straw, and other tall foliage are...

Home Owners Insurance or a Country Estate? May 2018 Newsletter

Home Owners Insurance or a Country Estate? Should you have a Homeowners Insurance Policy or a Country Estate? Many of our clients are homeowners, and it has come to our attention that many homeowners actually have a residence that better qualifies as a Country Estate....

Equine Insurance News March 2018

Equine Insurance News March 2018 5 Common Myths Among the Equine Community Myth #1: “I can’t be sued because my horse is kept at a boarding facility.” Truth: Your risk is the same no matter where your horse is — at a boarding facility, at the...

Equine Fall Newsletter 2017

“What Should My Equine Release Include?”  Equine Release Here is a checklist for an equine general release, but let me remind you that all wording of the document should be reviewed by your attorney.    What Should the Release Contain?  The release should contain...