I'm doing restaurant business for the past five years. On this new year, my daughter put forward an idea of an organic farm where we can grow almost 50 percent of the veggies needed for my restaurant by ourselves.
As we are planning to invest a huge amount of money for this farming project, I would like to get it insured. I'm planning to seek help from a company offering brokering services for providing best companies offering farmers insurance in Pembroke ( http://www.egminsurance.com/insurance-products/farm/ ).
I would like to know your opinions about them. Are they affordable enough in the case of fee structures? Are they reputed and trustworthy? Let me know your comments on them. Thanks in advance.
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