Our founding family’s rich history started in the 1980s when Jim Deal helped initiate the successful partnership between the government and the private sector. As we grew from a small business to an industry leader, we gained a strong parent company in QBE. The financial strength of QBE in a global market adds economic stability to our local efforts.
Our mission at NAU Country is to help farmers manage their risks so that they can focus on what matters most. Together with our independent agents, NAU Country is committed to providing the most informed, accurate, and timely risk management possible for the American Farmer. ~Jim Korin, President of NAU Country Insurance Company
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Send us your farm photos for the 2022 NAU Country Photo Calendar contest! The theme for this edition is "Farming in America". That means any farm-related photos, we want to see. Read the full contest details and requirements and submit your photos by 12:00 p.m. (CDT) Thursday, September 9, 2021. August 20, 2021
Recognizing mental stress and lending an empathetic ear, as well as clear communication on claims processes, has become a beacon for many farmers. Insurance Business America spoke with NAU Country's Dale Feilmeier and Andy Brallier about how our claims teams are focusing on empathy and communication to help provide the best customer service for our farmers. August 11, 2021
To increase value in our partnership, last year we introduced our webinar training series titled “NAU Country Connection”. Our trainings focused on how to best utilize NAU Country systems during the crop insurance cycle, being relevant to the appropriate time of year. We are reintroducing this series with not only an emphasis on system training, but we will also touch on some strategic products and procedures to assist you this sales season. August 08, 2021