AgriComp — AgriBusiness Worker's Compensation Safety Group

AgriComp is a workers’ compensation safety group that was created in 1996 and is offered through Texas Mutual Insurance. This group allows many diverse agriculture businesses in Texas to financially benefit by pooling their insurance coverage under one carrier and benefit because of their common association.

Group Benefits Include:

  • Earn an increased premium discount at policy inception.
  • Potentially qualify for individual dividends based on your own loss history and tenure with Texas Mutual.
  • Potentially qualify for group dividends based on the group’s loss history with Texas Mutual.
  • Earn an additional discount by participating in Texas Mutual’s worker’s comp health care network (ask your agent if you qualify).

For more information about AgriComp,
call (512) 692-4341, or email us at .

How do you qualify?

  1. DairyYou must be included in one of the qualifying class codes listed below. The qualifying class codes for the AgriComp Safety Group are:
    • 0011
    • 0016
    • 0037
    • 0079
    • 0083*
    • 0113
    • 0401
    • 2014
    • 4583
    • 8102
    • 8215
    • 8295
    • 8304*
    • 8350*

    * This class code has limitations. Call Texas Mutual Insurance Company at (800) 859-5995 for more information.

  2. FisheryYou must join either the Texas Grain and Feed Association (TGFA), or the Lone Star Agribusiness Association.

    TGFA (Texas Grain and Feed Association)
    apply at TGFA

    LSAA (Lone Star Agribusiness Association)
    download form

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