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Global Ag Risk Solutions: Sales Team Expansion - Welcome Gail

We would like to welcome Gail Schafer to the role of Regional Sales Manager of our Central Alberta sales team.Gail has a sales and operations background in agriculture and employer services. As Relationship Manager with Alberta  Financial Services Corporation, Gail provided lending and insurance solutions for some of AFSC's largest clients in central Alberta, and was...

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How Is Our Insurance Different From Traditional Crop Insurance?

Production Cost Insurance from Global Ag Risk Solutions is more than just a guaranteed gross margin on your production. Take a look at the list below to find out how it differs from old-fashioned crop insurance.  Three major inputsUnlike traditional crop insurance, Production Cost Insurance (PCI) covers all three of your major inputs. PCI covers your fertilizer, seed and chemicals, as...

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5 Things You Should Know About Insurance

Farming’s a risky game, especially when you’re choosing an insurance provider. Here’s Global Ag Risk Solutions’ top 5 things to keep in mind in this year:1. Insurance has changedOther traditional insurance products available for most farmers just aren’t enough. You need an insurance product that allows you to get on with what you do best and pays out fast when times...

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U.S. expansion with partners Everest Re Group and Heartland Crop Insurance

We’re pleased to announce a new strategic alliance with Everest Re Group, Ltd. and Heartland Crop Insurance, Inc. This exclusive partnership will deliver Global Ag Risk Solutions’ Production Cost Insurance product to farms across the U.S., through Heartland Crop Insurance agents.Using an extensive infrastructure and thorough capabilities, Heartland Crop Insurance will provide...

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Global Ag Risk Solutions: Producer Stories

Alberta farmer’s claim worth over $350kWith 2016 just underway, the first Production Cost Insurance claim of 2015 has been paid out. The claimant farmer, based in the Peace River region of Alberta, has (approximately) 5,000 acres of canola and 4,000 acres of wheat. In 2015, drought conditions were widespread across much of Western Canada and unfortunately for our Peace River farmer, his crop...

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