We know farm insurance isn’t a product – it’s your livelihood

Whether you’re in poultry, dairy, livestock, cropping, horticulture or have glasshouses, with our All-in-One-Farm Pack, you decide what cover you need, where you need it and how you need it. With Achmea’s farm insurance, can choose from three levels of cover. For each item, you determine what level of excess is appropriate, giving you greater control over your premiums. By opting for a higher excess, you may be able to significantly lower premiums.

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Peace of mind with our All-in-One Farm Pack

Some farmers are left financially exposed due to inadequate cover. Our local agricultural knowledge and 200 years of expertise in farm insurance is designed to give you peace of mind.

Partnerships based on trust and transparency

More than two centuries ago, 39 farmers established Achmea to support each other and minimise the risks faced by each other’s farms, not just their own. Their commitment to a truly co-operative approach to insurance remains alive and well today.
This is farm insurance – the way it should be.

“Achmea’s knowledge of the industry really sets them apart from other insurers in the country.”

Jon Murphy, Murphy Fresh

With Achmea, you benefit from one single insurance cover that is tailored to suit all aspects of your farm and home.

Covering most of the different farming sectors, farmers who switch to Achmea benefit from improved financial protection with additional insurance cover options:

  • Flood Cover
  • Guarantee against Underinsurance to ensure that your building is repaired or replaced to the same condition as when it was new
  • Business Interruption Cover
  • Liability cover
  • Items in your Custody, Care and Control and
  • Specialty cover for items including Glasshouses, Stud Stock  and Winter Crop
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Here’s how it works

Step 1

Based on the outcomes of the
on-farm Risk Review, you identify which categories of insurance are required.

Step 2

You decide on what level of cover is required for each item to be insured. We offer three levels of cover, providing maximum flexibility for you.

Step 3

For each item you determine what level of excess is appropriate. You can substantially lower your premiums but opting for a higher excess.