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Farmers Union Insurance Agency adheres to the Trusted Choice pledge.  We work right in your communities and are actively involved with other organizations, events, and volunteerism.  Finally, we are committed to providing comprehensive, quality insurance products and service to fit the needs of your family.  We work to establish long-term relationships, placing emphasis on protecting your most important assets at home and in your business.  

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At Farmers Union Insurance Agency, we’ll work with you to understand your unique insurance needs. We’ll follow up with many fine insurance providers to deliver high-quality, affordable insurance options tailored to deliver the value and coverage you’re seeking, whether it be for your home, auto, business, farm, crops, livestock life, health or annuities.  We are your one-stop insurance provider.
 

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Farmers Union Insurance Agency is independently owned and locally operated to handle all of your insurance needs. We offer affordable and reliable insurance choices across Minnesota, and parts of North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa and Wisconsin.
 

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On This Day in History....


March 1:
The Lindbergh baby was kidnapped (1932).

March 2: Theodor Geisel aka Dr. Seuss, born in MA (1904).

March 3: Helen Keller introduced to “touch teaching” (1887).

March 4: FDR inaugurated as 32nd President (1933).

March 5: The hula-hoop was patented in CA (1963).

March 6: Aspirin was patented by Friedrich Bayer & Co. (1899).

March 7: Alexander Graham Bell patented the telephone (1876).

March 8: The February Revolution began in Russia (1917).

March 9: Barbie debuted at the American Toy Fair in NYC (1959).

March 10: Rebellion in Tibet to China’s PLA (1959).

March 11: Sir Paul McCartney knighted in England (1997).

March 12: FDR gave his first radio fireside chat (1933).

March 13: The US Army launches the first K9 Corps (1942).

March 14: Albert Einstein was born in Ulm, Germany (1879).

March 15: President Johnson called for equal voting rights (1965).

March 16: The US Military Academy established in NY (1802).

March 17: Saint Patrick, Christian Missionary, died (461 AD).

March 18: Wells & Fargo shipping company started (1852).

March 19: US & British forces initiated War in Iraq (2003).

March 20: Federal troops in AL supervised Civil Rights march (1965).

March 21: Stanley began search for Dr. Livingstone (1871).

March 22: Stamp Act was imposed on American colonies (1765).

March 23: “OK” first entered the national vernacular (1839).

March 24: Exxon Valdez ran aground in AK, massive oil spill (1989).

March 25: Triangle Shirtwaist Fire in NYC killed 145 (1911).

March 26: Israeli-Egyptian peace agreement signed (1979).

March 27: The FDA approved Viagra for hypertension (1998).

March 28: Three Mile Island nuclear crisis in VA (1979).

March 29: The US officially withdrew from Vietnam (1973).

March 30: President Reagan shot in Washington, DC (1981).

March 31: The Eiffel Tower opened in Paris (1889).               


Video originally published on YouTube on April 25, 2008 from Safeco Insurance.





Published on Jun 6, 2013 by the City of Woodbury, Minnesota. Woodbury street crimes officer Steve Hane shows us how quickly your car can be broken into and how you can prevent this from happening.

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