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AgriSecure 2018-04-04T09:24:20+00:00

Blue Oak AgriSecure Insurance

Blue Oak offers customized insurance solutions for livestock through our AgriSecure Insurance, which takes the challenges of a growing livestock industry and continued globalization into account. Blue Oak has extensive international experience with livestock insurance and provides insurances to farmers around the world.

We cover, among other things:

  • Disease, salmonella and other external events
  • Governmental slaughter diseases
  • Mechanical breakdown and power failure
  • Transport of animals

PIGS

With an AgriSecure Insurance you can reduce your losses if your herd is affected or infected with illness. This also applies to forced governmental slaughter or remediation. AgriSecure differs from other products, because it is not based on mortality, but on product volatility. The insurance thus covers the loss of production due to death, weight loss and loss of value of the animals.

In case of loss in connection with government-ordered slaughter or loss of animal production after a disease outbreak, compensation will be granted to Danish breeding stock.

Examples of diseases that can be detected:

  • Swine fever (African) Swine fever (classical)
  • PEDV
  • MRSA
  • SPF
  • PRRS
  • Foot and mouth disease

AgriSecure is unique as it allows for coverage of PRRS and PEDV.

POULTRY

With an AgriSecure insurance, you can reduce your losses if your crew is affected or infected with poultry disease. This also applies to forced governmental slaughter or remediation.

In case of loss in connection with government-ordered slaughter or loss of animal production after a disease outbreak, compensation will be paid to Danish poultry producers. An AgriSecure Insurance considers the livestock values ​​in a poultry herd and provides a corresponding financial compensation.

Examples of diseases that can be detected:

  • Botulism
  • Poultry Cholera
  • Avian Influenza (Avian Influenza)
  • Salmonella (Salmonellose)
  • Infectious laryngotracheitis in hens (ILT)
  • Mycoplasmosis
  • Newcastle disease
  • Ornithosis
  • Tuberculosis
  • West Nile virus (WNV)