Some things you can’t control — frost damage, fire, hail or even crop establishment failure. So transfer these risks with AWB Crop Insurance. That's what we're here for – and that's why, in an Australian agribusiness first, we offer crop insurance that gives you peace of mind for more situations.
AWB Crop Insurance. Crop cover like no other.
Worried about things you can’t control? Like, “Will I have enough soil moisture to plant a crop next year?” Or, “Once I have planted, will I get economical emergence?” It’s okay – at AWB we believe in giving growers like you peace of mind in more situations. That’s why in a first for agribusiness, you can simply add on Crop Establishment Failure Cover when you take out a Fire and Hail policy with us. More cover. Less worry.
If, due to insufficient soil moisture, you are unable to plant into the field you had prepared, or your planted crop fails to successfully emerge, then you are covered for your planting preparation and crop establishment costs incurred.
Crop Establishment Failure cover forms part of your 2018 Fire and Hail policy and will cover you for your 2019 winter broadacre crop.
Worried about the things you can’t control, like frost damage to your crop? Things happen that no one can predict. That’s why at AWB, we offer crop insurance that gives you peace of mind in more situations. And, in a first for agribusiness, you can simply add-on Frost Cover when you take out a post-harvest Fire and Hail policy with us. More cover. Less worry.
Covers against yield loss to your wheat, barley and canola crops caused by the direct impact of frost
You know your crops best, so you can nominate the level of Frost Cover to be insured
With standard Pre-Harvest broadacre policies, you’re required to finalise the sum insured about 4 – 6 weeks prior to harvest. This is an estimate of what you think your crop might yield and can’t be changed after the Final Revision Date. Structured correctly, Pre-Harvest policies can still protect your crops, but there’s guess work involved and it’s always hard to know what your final yield will be.
If you’re after cover that is more reflective of your season, a Post-Harvest policy is worth considering. With a Post-Harvest policy the amount you’re insured for remains flexible through to the harvest (subject to limitations)*.
Structured correctly, an AWB Post-Harvest policy reduces the likelihood of being either under or over insured – ensuring your cover and premium is more reflective of the crop’s potential yield.
* For full details about these limitations please refer to the AWB Pre and Post-Harvest Crop Insurance Policy wordings.
DISCLAIMER: This insurance is issued by Crop Risk Solutions as managing general agent for Swiss Re International SE Australia Branch ABN 38 138 873 211, AFSL 355088. Crop Risk Solutions is a trading name of AgriRisk Services Pty Limited ABN 60 003 720 705, AFSL 233798.
The information presented here is only summary in nature. Please refer to the Policy wording for full terms and conditions of the cover. AWB, its staff and agents are authorised to arrange this insurance as authorised representatives of AgriRisk. When arranging this insurance, Crop Risk Solutions and AWB act as agent of the insurer and not as your agent. Information contained on this page is only a summary of some aspects of the AWB Broadacre Crop Insurance Policy. Please refer to the Policy Wording for the full terms and conditions of the cover.