Your farm and way of life are covered with Whitley Newman Insurance. We offer insurance plans specially designed to meet each farmer’s unique needs. From small-scale hobby farms to large corporate agribusiness, and everything in between – we can create a policy for you to protect your farm business.
Our Process Is Simple
Tell us what you want to protect.
Give our team a call or contact us online for a quote.
Your own dedicated Account Executive will get in touch to learn more about you and your insurance needs.
Let us find the right options for you.
Sit back and relax, knowing that your insurance needs are being handled.
Our team will source your coverage from the top insurance companies across Canada to get you the right insurance at the right price.
You pick the plan that fits you best.
Ask us questions about your options before picking the best plan for you.
Your dedicated Account Executive will help you through the paperwork to make it official.
What type of coverage do you need?
We cover almost any kind of livestock, including beef, poultry, pork and much more. Our livestock insurance packages are custom-tailored to the kind of livestock you have. For example, our poultry packages would include additional protection for poultry, eggs, and custom equipment used for poultry operations.
Get coverage for most agricultural products including silage, hay, produce, feed, orchards and much more, as well as coverage for equipment, fertilizer, and everything you need to produce your crops.
We know dairy insurance is about more than just your cows. Dairy operations involve specialized equipment and outbuildings which require custom consideration. Our dairy insurance packages cover many items including liability, spoiled milk, loss of income and much more.
Our horse insurance packages can cover many different equine operations, from stabling a couple of horses to racehorse breeding and horse boarding businesses.
It’s not “just a hobby” to you – it might be your retirement dream, a way to produce food for your family, or maybe a way to earn a little extra money at the farmer’s market.