Agricultural risk insurance
- Courier delivery
- Pickup from the store
- C.O.D. (cash on delivery)
- Bank Account
- Pay by Visa or MasterCard
- You can print out a receipt and pay at any bank.
- Pay with Pay2Pay
How does insurance protection work?
If an insured event occurs on the territory of the agroindustrial complex, we will help to solve the problems:
24/7 operators at 770-574-8686 will tell you what to do;
our experts will come and assess the damage and help you to prepare the necessary documents for insurance payment.
What insurance coverage should I choose?
The crop insurance with the state support supposes the conclusion of the contract on conditions of insurance of the certain list of the insured events for the whole area of the farm occupied with the following crops:
crop of agricultural crops (cereals, oilseeds, technical, fodder crops, melons, potatoes, vegetables);
yield and planting of perennial plantings (vineyards, fruit, berry, nut plantations, hop, tea plantations).
Insurance of crops, plantations of perennial plants and conclusion of a contract is possible:
with regard to crops no later than 15 calendar days after the end of sowing or planting
with regard to plantations until the moment of cessation of their vegetation (their transition to the winter dormancy);
if the crop varieties (including perennial plantations) are entered in the State Register of Breeding Achievements and are permitted for use.
Why do I need insurance protection?
Crop insurance with state support will reduce the cost of insurance protection of property interests of commodity producers in connection with the production of agricultural products by 50%. Crop insurance contract provides protection in case of loss or death of 20% and more of agricultural crop in comparison with the planned one or loss of viability of perennial plantations on more than 30% of the area as the result of
Impacts of natural phenomena dangerous for agriculture production (atmospheric, soil drought, dry weather, frost, freezing, thawing, hail storm, dust storm, ice crust, flooding, waterlogging, flood, landslide, overwatering of soil, strong wind, hurricane wind, earthquake, avalanche, mudflow, wildfire)
Penetration and / or spread of pests, if such events are epiphytotic in nature.
Disruption of electricity, heat, water supply as a result of natural disasters when insuring crops grown in protected areas or reclaimed land.