Uptick in livestock disease claims leads to farmer losses and increased insurer costs


It is pivotal that brokers have meaningful conversations with agricultural clients to ensure they understand farming’s operational risks

Major disease claims in the agricultural sector are escalating, creating losses of over a million pounds for farm owners and impacting the claims costs for insurers operating in this market, according to McLarens head of agriculture Steve Smout.

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