Total Weather Insurance


Climate Corporation to be acquired by Monsanto for around $1 billion

A technology focused weather insurance firm that Artemis first covered in 2008 has been purchased by agricultural giant Monsanto for around $1 billion. The Climate Corporation, formerly Weatherbill, has grown from an online weather insurance provider into a major player in crop insurance. Monsanto Company announced that it has signed a read the full article →

Climate Corporation pay out on 80% of corn crop weather insurance policies

The Climate Corporation (TCC), a provider of weather insurance products aimed at the agriculture industry, has announced some updates to their Total Weather Insurance (TWI) product for 2013. As well as the product update information, The Climate Corporation have provided some insight into just how bad the drought of 2012 read the full article →

Climate Corporation introduces next generation Total Weather Insurance™ 2012

The Climate Corporation has announced the launch of their Total Weather Insurance™ product for 2012. The revamped crop weather insurance product features next-generation weather monitoring, with over 800,000 rainfall measurement grid areas across the U.S., industry leading soil moisture tracking and location specific yield assessment. The Climate Corporation, previously known as read the full article →

WeatherBill expands product range to include cover for 2012 winter wheat crop

Weatherbill, the weather insurance specialists who offer a number of products such as their RainCheck insurance, have announced that they have expanded their Total Weather Insurance products coverage to include cover for the 2012 winter wheat crop. To date the Total Weather Insurance program only offered the U.S. agriculture industry read the full article →