Allan Cowan

Achmea farm insurance is proudly supporting bull sales with our 8% stud stock insurance. Local Achmea Risk Specialist Allan Cowan is attending the sales in the New England area and was delighted to support the Lotus Herefords bull sales with our stud stock insurance cover this week.

Allan is offering buyers Achmea’s market-leading 8% rate for a 3-star 12-month cover. Covering mortality including accidental loss of use, disease and sickness, our 3-star 12-month stud stock insurance cover is designed to give buyers peace of mind from the moment the hammer falls.

Achmea’s stud stock insurance cover includes flexible insurance options to manage the risks for stud stock including accidental loss of use, sickness and disease loss of use as well as mortality and transit cover.

“In the current climate, it is more important than ever that farmers protect their genetic investments. Farmers have a lot of expenses at the moment and our stud stock insuracnce cover ensures that in the unfortunate event that something goes wrong with their stud bull, farmers are not financially exposed,” Allan said.

“As an insurer established by farmers for farmers, Achmea knows that every dollar counts. Having adequate insurance cover, including for valuable livestock, is key to keeping farmers farming.”

Pictured here is Allan (far right) at the Lotus Hereford Bull Sale with stock agent Nathan Purvis from Colin Say & Co and Greg Tyler with partner Kayla.

Contact us today to insure your bulls with Achmea stud stock insurance from the fall of the hammer.

About Allan Cowan, Achmea Risk Specialist

Raised on a dairy farm near Taree and equipped with nearly 30 years of experience in agriculture, Allan Cowan is passionate about the industry and supporting the bull sales through adequate insurance. Based in Armidale, Allan is committed to protecting livelihoods and keeping farmers farming. Insurance can seem complex which is why, as Achmea’s Risk Specialist, he partner directly with farmers to talk about their business, review their on-farm risks and discuss their unique insurance needs.