Sorensen Insurance Agency

6 E Main St  Wapakoneta, OH 45895

{hone:  888-417-8623 or 419-738-8623  Fax:  419-738-7232

email: agsoren@bright.net

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Our Products

Crop insurance policies are tools that can help you protect against crop disasters, improve your access to credit, guarantee a minimum level of income and more. With the many different kinds of crops and farming operations to insure, there are many different kinds of crop insurance policies. Sorensen Insurance Agency is here to help you make sense of it all so you can have peace of mind.  

We specialize in “Multi-Peril Crop Insurance” or MPCI and Crop Hail Insurance. Take time now to review the following policies and products available to protect your future. Then call us to schedule your individual appointment time and give yourself peace of mind this crop year. 

No one can predict the future, so it only makes sense to insure against potential yield and revenue losses. Contact us to schedule your individual appointment time to get the most current information, review your coverage and ask question to make sure you have the coverage you need to get the job done.

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Multi-Peril Crop Insurance

MPCI provides protection against a loss in yield due to natural causes. For most crops, this includes drought, excess moisture, cold and frost, wind, flood and unavoidable damage from insects and plant disease. Most plans guarantee a yield based on the individual producer’s actual production history. If the production to count is less that the yield guarantee the insured will be paid a loss. Current MPCI policy options can be viewed here.

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Crop Hail Insurance

We also offer flexible coverage designed to protect crops from damaging weather conditions, such as hail or fire, during specified coverage periods. These Named Peril products are recommended as supplements to an MPCI policy, an individual crop-hail policy or as a stand alone policy. Named Peril policies are designed to cover gaps in other coverage such as hazards unique to specific crops, unavailability of MPCI programs or crop-hail coverage in your area and Processor coverage. More information on Crop Hail can be viewed here.