Insuring livestock on a dairy farm is a wise thing to do. More than likely, the cows on a dairy farm are the only source of revenue for the farm. It is important to protect your investment because the cows are the individuals’ livelihood. You can protect your animals from drowning, electrocution, vandalism and collision … More
Tractor injuries can lead to very serious injuries. To some, it may seem like a very easy task to operate a tractor but in most scenarios it isn’t. Even the most skilled individual who has had years of experience operating a tractor needs to have their eyes open at all times while operating the tractor. … More
Working on a farm can expose an individual to many injuries. Farm related injuries are a result of many different factors including the equipment, environment and human factors. The farm can be a great place to be but at the same time it can impose many life-threatening injuries. It is important to know exactly what … More
The winter season has kicked into high gear and cold weather makes it a challenge to stay healthy. The bacterium that causes the common cold seems to be everywhere now. It is important to stay fit and eat healthy because then you can stop that cold from creeping up on you. We have compiled a … More
Winter has arrived and the snow has started to fall in many parts of the country. There are many things you can do to protect your animals from the winter cold. We have created a list of things you should try to do to ensure your animals will have a healthy winter season. Make sure … More
It’s that time of year again where we have to switch gears and prepare for the winter months! There are a few things all dairy farmers should do to ensure their farm is protected throughout the winter season. Even if you do live in a warmer climate, it is always a good idea to follow … More
Premiums will change due to healthcare reform but there are a lot of factors and dependencies on whether they will increase or decrease.
Essential Health Benefits (EHB) is a term used in the new law to define specific benefits that must be covered in all non-grandfathered health plans for individual or small group policies starting on your first renewal after January 1, 2014.
Subsidies or tax credits are available for those with income between 100% and 400% of the poverty line who are not eligible for other affordable coverage.
PPACA includes two types of subsidies to help make coverage more affordable.