MASC Insurance Overview

MASC Insurance

Insurance Overview


MASC Insurance provides producers with a broad range of risk management tools. Insurance programs are ongoing, with periodic enhancements based on input from producer groups, individual producers and staff, with overarching priorities established by MASC's Board of Directors and direction from the Manitoba Government.

MASC Insurance is represented throughout Manitoba by 18 Insurance offices. Please direct all inquiries about MASC insurance programs and services to your local Insurance office.


Insurance Programs

Insurance Programs


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AgriInsurance protects against crop production losses and quality losses caused by natural perils, including: drought, excess moisture (rainfall and flood), frost, hail, fire, excess heat, wind, wildlife, disease and pests. Losses that are within a producer's control are not covered.

AgriInsurance offers coverage on over 70 different annual crops, as well as forages during establishment and production, and the inability to seed land in the spring due to wet conditions. AgriInsurance can be tailored to fit different farm operations and budgets, with producers able to select a range of crop coverages from 50% to 90% of their probable yields.

AgriInsurance Programs

MASC offers a large complement of AgriInsurance programs that cover specific crops and coverage situations, such as Excess Moisture Insurance (EMI) and Forage Insurance. Other AgriInsurance programs include Crop Coverage Plus and Vegetable Acreage Loss.

The AgriInsurance Programs page also has links to factsheets containing crop-specific information for crops insured under AgriInsurance.


Hail Insurance

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Hail Insurance provides spot-loss coverage against hail and accidental fire damage. Coverage is available in various dollar amounts and can be purchased or cancelled throughout the growing season. Hail Insurance is available as a separate policy to producers who participate in AgriInsurance.

The Continuous Hail Insurance Option (CHIO) allows producers to automatically insure all eligible crops without annual re-application.



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