Header Image
Home / Insurances / Corporate / Agriculture Insurance

Agriculture Insurance

What is provided by an agricultural insurance?

  • Agricultural crops: wheat, barley, barley, oats, rye, rice, sunflower, corn, rapeseed, soybean, mustard, coriander, sugar beet, etc.
  • Vegetable and potato crops
  • Medicinal and aromatic plants
  • Forage crops
  • Tobacco
  • Hop cultures
  • Plantations of vines
  • Orchards of fruit trees

Farmers are protected against damage to crops as a result of the following natural phenomena:

  • Hail
  • fire
  • the storm
  • torrential rain – direct effects
  • collapse / slip of cultivated land
  • early autumn frost
  • late spring frost
Advantages of agricultural insurance:

• Flexibility in determining the insured amount: the amount insured per hectare is established by multiplying the average production per hectare by the amount insured per kg, agreed by both parties

• Possibility to revalue the insurance contract. Additional insurance may be concluded in the course of the insurance, either for the increase of the amounts / kg initially insured, or for the increase of the average production / hectare insured, if the expected production is higher than the one estimated at the conclusion of the insurance

• Flexibility in determining payouts, the payment of the insurance premium being made in installments, in terms of amounts and terms agreed upon by mutual agreement


year of experience







Find out more