Agriculture is an essential part of the economy in Spokane County, as well as the state of Washington. The state’s farms have a fruit-heavy portfolio, with approximately 41% of all exported goods in 2012 being fruit crops. This dwarfs the national average, which is only 5.5% of agricultural exports. Wine is another common crop in the Spokane area. Due to an ice dam flooding the Northwest and creating the Columbia Valley during the Ice Age, our area has plenty of deposits of nutrient rich soil.
With all of these conditions creating an ideal environment for farming, it is important for Spokane farmers to keep their livelihood protected. Inland Northwest Insurance has several farm insurance policies to cover both your personal and business needs. Regardless of the size of your operation, whether you own or rent your buildings and land, or raise crops of livestock, we can create a customized plan for you.
What is Farm Insurance?
Farm insurance is an agreement between yourself and an insurance company. In return for you paying a regular amount (called a premium), the insurance company agrees to provide financial coverage for you should incur financial damage or theft, as defined within your policy.
Farm Insurance Features
There are several features of farm insurance that cover the various aspects of your farm or ranch operations.
- Farm dwellings and private structures
- Household personal property
- Farm buildings and structures
- Farm machinery and equipment
- Farm personal property
- Farm liability
- Comprehensive personal liability
- Scheduled farm and personal property
- Blanket or unscheduled farm personal property
- Other farm structures
We also have options for horse owners, as well as many more coverages!
How to Get Farm Insurance in Spokane
Inland Northwest Insurance is conveniently located in Spokane Valley, serving all of the surrounding communities including Spokane, Mead WA, Liberty Lake, Veradale, Glenrose as well as the entire state of Washington. For more information on farm insurance, or any of our other policies, contact us at (509) 892-6373 or fill out the form below!