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Since first opening for business more than 55 years ago, Farm Bureau Insurance has grown to become one of South Carolina’s largest auto and homeowners insurance providers. As we look to the future and how we can best serve the needs of our customers, the company’s board of directors has recommended a change to the company’s structure. A proposal for South Carolina Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Company to join together with Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Companies in Arkansas, Colorado and Louisiana is being considered in each state. There are many steps that must be completed before the proposed reorganization is finalized. Farm Bureau Insurance will continue to issue and service policies in South Carolina as it has for the last 55 years by the same employees and licensed sales producers working throughout our state. Policyholders will see no change to their policy or the premium they pay as a result of the reorganization.

The Benefits of Reorganization

The reorganization offers many benefits to policyholders. The new structure will provide greater access to increased capital and surplus. Improved operating efficency enhances the company's ability to offer even more competitive pricing. Read more. 

What Happens Next

The South Carolina Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Company's board of directors has voted to move forward with the proposal to reorganize. Regulator approval is needed in each state and policyholders will be asked to vote on the proposal. Read more. 

Frequently Asked Questions

If you have additional questions about the reorganization, you may find the answers to your questions in a list of frequently asked questions we have compiled.

Contact Us for More Information

If you have additional questions about the proposed reorganization that have not been answered on this website, you may email us at and someone will be in contact with you soon.