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Crop Insurance in Nashville and Belleville, IL

Keep Your Farm Afloat in Times of Trouble.

The farming and agricultural industry often involves risk and uncertainty. From unexpected natural disasters to major economic changes in the marketplace, many situations can affect the productivity of your agribusiness.

At Lutz Agency Inc., we know that the success of your farm directly impacts the livelihood of you and your family. With the right Crop Insurance coverage, you can protect your business and keep your farm afloat through all of the difficult times.

Lutz Agency Inc. offers two basic types of Crop Insurance for your farm or ranch:

  • Crop-yield insurance covers excess losses to your crops due to natural disasters such as drought or flood as well as other perils like insects or disease.
  • Crop-revenue insurance covers negative changes in the price of a crop that occurs during the crop’s growing season.

You’ve poured years of hard labor and honest work into your agribusiness, and when times are tough, you’ll need an agency you can depend on. Talk to a specialist at Lutz Agency Inc. to learn more about how Crop Insurance can help ensure the continued service of your farm for years to come.

 

 

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Our Locations

Lutz Agency Inc.

9633 Wall St.
Nashville, IL 62263
Main office: 618-327-4180

Belleville Office

2100 South Illinois Street Suite E
Belleville, IL 62220
Main office: 618-234-6027

Mt. Vernon Office

4140 Broadway, Suite C
Mt. Vernon, IL 62864
Main office: 618-241-9470

Our Providers

Testimonials

Accommodating, professional, helpful, and quick. Very comfortable experience and I was impressed by their capabilities. Highly recommended.
Brad M.
I feel lucky to have found an agent willing to provide this level of service. No need to look anywhere else!
Michelle D.
Over the years we’ve never once had to worry about our coverage. My husband and I are long-time customers and proud to be.
Carol S.
Surprisingly flexible and in-touch with my needs as a small business owner. Can’t ask for more.
Spencer F.
They have strong ties with the community, and it shows. It’s nice to do business with people that really show they care about you and your family.
Susan T.