Cascade Farmers Mutual Insurance Company began it’s long and successful history in 1911. When the rural residents around the community of Eden couldn’t find affordable fire coverage, they took matters into their own hands and formed the Eden Farmers Mutual Fire Insurance Company. By January of 1913 the membership had grown to over 50 members from all over rural Cascade County and a meeting was held for the purpose of incorporation. Peter Fake was elected it’s first President, the name was changed to Cascade County Farmers Mutual and the office moved to the Strain building in downtown Great Falls.
Today, Cascade Farmers Mutual is headquartered in it’s own modern office building at 5000 9th Ave S. in Great Falls and insures over 5000 members statewide. In 2014 it’s assets grew to over $5,800,000 with a written premium exceeding $3,800,000. Cascade Farmers Mutual purchases numerous treaties for the purpose of reinsurance from several A rated reinsurance companies. This helps us maintain our financial strength while helping to absorb the losses that occur to our members.Cascade Farmers Mutual Insurance Company has earned an A rating from to Demotech, Inc., a financial analysis and actuarial service. Insurers earning a Financial Stability Rating® of A possess Exceptional financial stability related to maintaining positive surplus as regards policyholders.
Rivers break their banks. Don't let them break yours. When just one inch of flooding can cause $25,000 of damage, getting covered with flood insurance is the smart decision this spring. Contact your local agent or our office today at 406-453-3923 to see what Flood Insurance would cost on your property.
Tomorrow March 13th is our Annual Meeting. Did you RSVP? If not, there's still time. Give us a call if you can make it 406-453-3923. We have an excellent speaker lined up. You won't want to miss out! ... See MoreSee Less
This looks like a handy tool to have! I believe places like ACE or Home Depot may carry something like this or other places online. Our state has had a heavy snow year with freezing temperatures. Don't forget to get that snow off your roof.