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Experience We have been providing quality insurance for all types of rural and farm business including Custom Harvest insurance for over 25 years. We are an Agribusiness firm and no risk is to small or to large. We insure long haul trucking, cargo, home, auto,Farm Owners, Feed Mill and Elevator coverages. We also are an excellent source for life insurance, health insurance, annuities, IRA Accounts. Knowledgeable Staff Every person in our office knows how to serve your account. Competitive Rate We strive to provide quality insurance at reasonable rates. Availability We can be reached 24/7 via telephone, fax, E-mail, or our website. We want to be there for you. Meeting Your Needs We cater to the Agri Business at every level of production and service. forage, We insure Custom Harvesters of all small grain and cotton and you will get the same attention if you run 1 or 20 machines. If you are a farm owner we can insure your home, auto, crops, and machinery. If you own an Elevator, or are involved in agribusiness of any kind and we can help you with your risk management needs. We are able to do all types of confined animal insurance, hogs, feed lots, etc. . We have great irrigation rates for center pivots. If you need any agri business protection check us out. Customer Support We sponsor and attend safety meetings to provide a safe worksite. Rodgers & Associates Team Rodgers & Associates is committed to being one of the premier independent insurance agencies in Phillipsburg, Kansas. Our commitment is to provide customers with the best insurance value and service available, while maintaining the highest ethical standards and credibility with our clients, carriers, and the public. From Phillipsburg, Kansas we serve clients in North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Texas, Tennessee, Missouri and Colorado. Rodgers & Associates is a general independent insurance agency with a broad range of Commercial, Personal, Life, and Health products. We’ve aligned ourselves with some of the finest carriers to deliver these products to you. Established in the summer of 1970 as a one-man operation, Rodgers & Associates has grown to one of the premier insurance agencies in the Great Plains States. From our location in Phillipsburg, Kansas we serve middle America. Rodgers & Associates is currently owned and operated as a corporation and has over three decades of service history.
Compile an Inventory of Your Important Possessions

In the event of severe damage to your home or business, having a current inventory of your possessions — including their make and model numbers — can help you get your insurance claim settled faster, verify losses for your income tax return and help you purchase the correct amount of insurance. While most people think of their home when discussing an inventory, it is important to document the contents of your business as well.

Watch "Emergency Preparedness:

How Taking a Home Inventory Can Help You Recover Sooner"

Here are some suggestions for getting started.

  • Take a picture. Take pictures of rooms and important individual items. Label pictures with a description, including where you bought it and the make, model and serial number. Remember items that are in storage closets or drawers.
  • Video record it. Walk through your home or office with a video recorder or tape recorder and describe the contents.
  • Create an electronic file – Use your computer or mobile device to create and store your inventory list. Take advantage of mobile applications or free online software like www.knowyourstuff.org to organize pictures or descriptions of your belongings by room or category.
  • Store the list, photos and tapes. Regardless of how you create it (written or electronic list, flash drive, photos, video or audio), keep your inventory along with receipts in your safe deposit box, on a disk or at a friend or colleague’s home. Doing so will help ensure you will have something to give your insurance representative if your home is damaged. When you make a significant purchase, add the information to the inventory while the details are fresh in your mind.
  • Consider expensive items. Valuable items like jewelry, art and collectibles may have increased in value since you received them. Check with your agent to make sure that you have adequate insurance for these items. They may need to be insured separately.

This information was taken from an article from the Insurance Information Institute (www.iii.org)

Kimberly Beach
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