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        11-15-2012, 12:06 AM
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    Is there a horse friendly farm insurer in N Florida

    Florida Farm bureau suggested we sell horses for $1.00 each to friends with an empty Alicia grass pasture to graze - devoid of animals - so they would not be "boarding" for 4months. THen when grass was depleted sell them back for dollar. Farm bureau sent us cancellation notice at end of present term for mysteious reasons ( two lost jewlry claims less than$600 over 5 years). This same Florida Farm Bureau visited our friends farm "looking for horses" no longer there,.... Harassing.

    We are looking For new equine friendly farm insurer in NFlorida. Any suggestions? We believe Florida Farm Bureau to be less than honest and forthright, scrupulus in their business practices and Anti Equine. Seems strange "Farm Bureau not supportive of Equine industry" in one of largest equine inolved states in the US? Any Ideas??? A bit Miffed!!
         

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