Leaving the European Union will mean plenty of change for UK farmers, including the diversification of crops away from just food production. Insurance Times explores how this will impact on farmers’ insurance requirements as the agriculture sector’s risk profile grows
The width and breadth of agricultural insurance and crop cover may need re-examining this year as post-Brexit farming trends impact the sector’s risk profile, said Stephen Smout, head of agriculture at loss adjusting firm McLarens.
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