Yes. I might can, depending on what state you are in. If not, I can point you to someone in your state. You can do both livestock liability and homeowners in just one estate policy. No need for 2 policies. But if those aren't your cows, you need to make whoever owns them to make you an additional insured on their policy and give you a COI.I have about 8 cattle on my land for tax purposes. They belong to a tenant. An insurer says I need liability insurance for the cattle before I can get homeowners insurance. Is there a company that sells this kind of coverage?
You want to stay away from captive agencies anyway. You get a better deal with carriers written through independent agents and brokers. You can request quotes direct with this link. Or, send it to an independent agent and get him to write it, It costs no more to go through an agent than it does direct with an insurer, and if you ever have a claim, you will wish you had an agent. https://www.eqgroup.com/farm-ranch-estate-insurance/Farm Bureau finally returned my call after several days.
Farm Bureau does not insure farms in Florida.