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Farm Equipment Insurance

Keep Your Equipment Running Strong.

As a farmer, you rely on your equipment to run like clockwork. But in the event of equipment breakdown or failure, it can be difficult and expensive to repair. Damaged or broken equipment can easily cost thousands of dollars to replace, which is why Farm Equipment Insurance is just as important to your agribusiness as the equipment itself.

At TGR Insurance Benefits, we’re dedicated to the success of your farm or ranch, and we understand that equipment breakdown can mean lost income. That’s why we design comprehensive insurance policies to keep farms running smoothly in the event of an accident. Equipment breakdown coverage goes beyond your standard Property Insurance policy to protect against damage caused by power surges, mechanical breakdown, motor burnout, and even operator error.

Equipment and machinery included under a Farm Equipment Insurance policy includes, but is not limited to:
  • Heating and Cooling Systems
  • Production Equipment
  • Boilers, Pressure Vessels, and Water Heaters
  • Pumps
  • Electrical Distribution Systems
  • Refrigeration Equipment
Contact TGR Insurance Benefits today to find out how a Farm Equipment Insurance policy can keep the productivity of your farm moving.

Our Location

TGR Insurance Benefits

999 N Hill Field Rd., Suite B
Layton, UT 84041
Main office: 801-547-6284

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