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Direct marketing accidents do happen

publication date: Mar 31, 2001
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The North American Farmers Direct Marketing Association started to offer direct marketing liability insurance two years ago, and in that time, claims totaling a half-million dollars have been filed against 13 farmers. All of the injuries resulting in claims have occurred on farms, none so far at farmers’ markets.
The majority of the injuries have happened at entertainment farms, also known as agri-tourism businesses.



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