Crop Insurance

Crop Insurance is a vital tool for farmers to manage risk by protecting themselves against unavoidable weather events and certain market conditions. In addition, crop insurance may provide a level of financial resource for your lending requirements.

Although all crop insurance agents offer the same policies and prices, our crop insurance agents at DiBuduo & DeFendis provide quality customer service to its crop insurance clients and potential clients. We pride ourselves in knowing the agriculture industry, keeping open communication with our growers by informing them of important policy changes and deadlines, staying up to date with new policy information and new programs offered by the federal government. It is also important for our agents to build a lasting relationship with our clients to provide them with the best possible service. In addition, we work closely with each insured and our Approved Insurance Provider (AIP) to maximize crop historic yields. Our agents specialize in California specific crops, but have the ability to write crop insurance in every state.

The crop insurance program relies on the agent to obtain personal information throughout the crop year, so it is essential to have a crop insurance agent that you can trust.

Licensed Brokers

Hugh Awtrey III
Kim Bellino
Kelly Cole
John Efird
Jim Ehlers
Field Gibson
Karen Harbeck
Kevin Lynn
Brad Machado
Conrad Nilmeier

We currently write with the following Approved Insurance Providers (AIP)

  • AgriLogic Insurance Services LLC
  • Global Ag
  • Great American Insurance Company
  • NAU Country Insurance Company
  • Rain and Hail LLC
  • Rural Community Insurance Services, Inc.

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