Insurance for Livestock Goods covers deaths and sacrifices of animals, as well as the loss of their capacity to fulfill the purpose for which they were intended at the time of signing the contract, provided that these occur by or as a result of weather risks, diseases from thirty (30) days after the entry into force of the insurance and accidents.
Also covered are: asphyxia, pathological childbirth, tympanism and operative and postoperative complications, provided that these interventions have been carried out by veterinary personnel.
Within this modality, extensions of coverage or additional coverage are provided for new births that occur during the term of the insurance, in correspondence with the birth rate foreseen by the producer.
The fundamental elements to be taken into account in the process of arranging the insurance are: the state of the facilities, assurance of the required food, compliance with sanitary hygiene measures, planning and compliance with medical-veterinary measures (mainly vaccination).
The following goods are protected:
- Bovine Cattle
- Sheep, goats and rabbits
- Poultry Production