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A rich history and a bright future

Farmers Union Agency, Inc. was established in 1947 to meet the insurance needs of Minnesota Farmers Union members.  Over our 70+ year history, we have broadened to include all of rural Minnesota, the urban market, and the businesses which serve them. Today we have 37 agents in 38 offices located throughout the state of Minnesota.

Our agents are members of the communities where they do business and are actively involved with local organizations, events, and volunteerism. They are committed to providing comprehensive, quality insurance products and service to fit the needs of your family.  Farmers Union Agency serves hundreds of families, farms, and businesses who pay over $60 million in insurance premiums for property, casualty, life, health, and annuities.

Our Management & Staff

Josh Vickerman

President

Robin Rohde Keller

Director of Operations

Jared Harding

Director of Sales - Commercial Lines

Jim Hickey

Director of Sales - Farm & Personal Lines

Sandy Shapiro

Director of Sales - Health & Life

Danielle Brown

Commercial Account Executive

Emmy Frederickson

Communication & Marketing Coordinator

Emily Edwards

Accountant

Brianna Burns

Information Specialist

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Behind the Shield

Helpful news to make the most of your insurance and learn more about FUA.

Farmers Union Agents Distribute COVID Relief Checks

Thanks to company partner National General’s COVID Relief Initiative, several of our fabulous Agents were able to donate $500 each to…

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Farmers Union Agency Fall Coat Drive September 1 – October 2, 2020

Millions of Americans can’t afford warm coats for their family this winter. Farmers Union Agency will be holding a Fall Coat…

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Agency Honored with Community Service Award

 Above: FUA President Josh Vickerman and MAX Regional Manager John Wearda Above: John Wearda, MAX Regional Sales Manager, presented FUA President…

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