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Farmers Mutual Hail: Over a Century of Service
Farmers Mutual Hail: Over a Century of Service

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Celebrating Progress: Progress means growing and advancing with the ever-changing agricultural landscape. Since 1893, FMH has embraced technology to best serve farmers with innovative insurance solutions for modern farming. #FMH125
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Celebrating Progress: FMH Precision Claims can be faster, more accurate, and more efficient than traditional claims. #FMH125
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Celebrating Progress: This photo was taken circa 1918-19 when FMH was located in the Observatory Building at 4th & Walnut in Des Moines, IA. Policies were either handwritten or typewriters were used. Today, technology has replaced the manual processing that was once commonplace. #TBT #FMH125
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Celebrating Service: FMH identifies service as one of our core values and a top priority in maintaining our positive relationships with agents, business partners, and policyholders. #FMH125
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Celebrating Service: For 125 years, FMH has built a strong reputation of providing outstanding claim service for our customers. Our world-class service means local adjusters will be there to quickly and accurately adjust a loss so the farmer can get back to the field even sooner. #FMH125
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Celebrating Legacy #FMH125
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Today is the last day of #FarmProgressShow2017. Stop by our booth in the Varied Industries Tent and talk to one of our FMH reps!
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We appreciate our employees and their work in the office and field. Happy #LaborDay2017!
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Celebrating Legacy: FMH founder W.A. Rutledge was born on this day in 1861! #FMH125
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Celebrating Legacy: Just as farms are passed down through families, FMH has been passed down from one generation to the next - managed by the same family as our founder. Pictured below is FMH founder W.A.'s brother Scott Rutledge and his daughter Mabel, circa 1898. Scott and Mabel are each part of the FMH legacy. #FMH125
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