Why should farmers have crop insurance?


Crop insurance is something many farmers choose to operate without as they don't want the added expense. However, it can be essential when things go wrong.

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What’s new in Australia’s grain industry?


Australia's grain industry is continuously evolving, facing different pressures and working with new developments. We look at industry news and predictions.

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Should insurance brokers have a niche?


With plenty of insurance brokers operating in Australia, you need to stand out from the crowd. Finding a niche makes you the industry expert everybody wants.

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How does the Royal Commission affect crop insurance?


The Royal Commission final report considers all sectors of the financial services industry, including insurance brokers. How can crop insurers adapt?

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Why local knowledge is key for a crop insurance broker


Local knowledge is crucial for business success, and extends to crop insurance brokers trying to ensure they have the right product base and sales technique.

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How to prevent soil erosion in farming


Soil erosion is a concern for farmers across Australia, as it depletes nutrients and affects production. However, soil erosion can be managed with the right tactics.

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What type of farming does Australian crop insurance need to cover?


Understanding the Australian farm industry is key to knowing what kind of products farmers need and the crops your policies should protect.

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How to become a crop insurance broker in Australia


To become a crop insurance broker in Australia you need knowledge of the farming industry and the skills to succeed in a role where communication is key.

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What does viticulture insurance cover?


Viticulture insurance is about protecting farmers and their grape crop from common risks. Here's what brokers should know about the product.

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How can brokers accurately tailor crop insurance quotes?


Crop insurance must be approached on a per farm basis in order for brokers to accurately tailor their quotes to protect against the right kind of risk.

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