Protecting farms for nearly 160 years
We’ve been insuring farms in Ontario for over 150 years. There is simply no other insurance company in Canada that can offer the level of insurance expertise and local knowledge of agri-business risks that Ontario Mutuals companies provide.
More important features:
- Farm dwellings (including personal property, living expenses and personal effects)
- Livestock and produce
- Machinery and equipment
- Limited pollution liability
- Livestock mortality (cattle & horses)
- Harvested crops, seed, commercial feeds, herbicides, pesticides and fertilizers
- Potential loss of income following an insured property loss
- Personal liability
- Liability coverage for your farm operation
Between accidents and Mother Nature, managing your risk with the right coverage makes all the difference – the Mutuals difference.
*Highlights only. Actual policy wordings govern. Coverage availability subject to underwriting eligibility and guidelines.
Here are just some of the groups we're proud to sponsor:
The Ontario Plowmen’s Association, parent host of the annual International Plowing Match and Country Expo.
4-H – Leaders building leaders. The roots of the 4-H program were farm focused and directed at the development of rural youth. Throughout the last century, the program has evolved to engage youth from both rural and urban settings. Clubs focus on a wider array of issues pertinent to today’s youth.
The Ontario Agricultural Hall of Fame Association It is the Mission of the Ontario Agricultural Hall of Fame Association to acknowledge, record and preserve the contributions made by leaders to the growth and development of Ontario’s agriculture and agri-food industry.
The Ontario Soil and Crop Improvement Association A unique non-profit farm organization that represents all commodity groups across the province.
The Advanced Agricultural Leadership Program A 19-month executive development opportunity for men and women who want to shape the future of the agriculture and food industry and make a positive difference in rural communities across Ontario.