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Hobby Farm Insurance

If you’re shopping around, feel free to request a quote or give us a call and we are happy to have a chat about your options.

If you operate a small farm as a hobby and not for commercial purposes, it is still important to have specialized coverage in case of an emergency.

Protect what you love with a hobby farm plan that is there for you when you need it. Our brokers are ready to help you build a personalized package that is affordable, flexible, and perfect for your situation.

We can help you find coverage for your:

  • Farm buildings and contents
  • Livestock and produce
  • Homesteads
  • Equipment
  • Machinery
  • Liability

Ready to get started today? Feel free to request a quote or give us a call and we are happy to have a chat about your options.

“I have been with Dorchester Insurance Brokers since my first car and first home years ago and they have always been helpful. It’s great to tell Derek what I need and he figures out what works best for my situation. I wouldn’t think of looking elsewhere.”

Johnathon B – London

Client since 2008

Frequently Asked Questions

Requesting a quote with us is easy. You can simply go to our ‘Get a Quote’ page here , fill in your information, and one of our brokers will be in touch with your personalized quote. You can also contact our office at 519-268-3535 to speak with Owen or Derek directly.

There are several factors that can affect how much you pay for automobile insurance. A few of these factors include: the type of vehicle you drive, the experience levels of each driver in the household, your accident history, and the year, make, model, and body type of the vehicle.

  • An insurance broker solicits, sells, and negotiates insurance contracts to clients. Their job is to survey the market, get quotes, and share options for customers to choose from.
  • Typically, they help individuals or businesses find and purchase car insurance, home insurance, business insurance, and farm insurance.  They are regulated by RIBO (Registered Insurance Brokers of Ontario) in Ontario and must obtain the licenses required to operate.

We work with many different insurance companies and each company offers a variety of different payment options. Some of these options include monthly pay plans, 3 pay plans, payment in full, credit card payment, Interac E-transfer, and online payments. Let us know which plan works for you and we will help you find a solution.

Insurance agents represent a single insurance company. They act as sales representatives for insurers. On the other hand, insurance brokers represent you, the client. Insurance Brokers have access to multiple companies and help provide many choices at varying price points to suit your insurance needs. Both agents and brokers are paid commissions or fees by insurance companies.


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