A barn fire can be one of the most devastating experiences you ever have on your farm. If it does happen, our Farmowners coverage helps pay the replacement cost for outbuildings and other expenses related to the loss of a barn.
Your Hastings Mutual insurance is an excellent tool for you if there’s a disaster. But there’s plenty you can do to reduce your risk of a barn fire before you ever need to contact your local independent insurance agent. Experts at Michigan State University and the University of Kentucky recommend some simple guidelines for protecting your property and reducing fire risk.
Review your plan regularly with your family and your employees, so everyone understands the process for handling a barn (and house) fire.
What do you recommend for farm and house fire safety? Let me know in the comments.
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