Winter Range Form

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DEFINITION of 'Winter Range Form'

A type of insurance that covers livestock, including cattle and sheep, on the range in Western states, from the seven months beginning of October, and ending at the beginning of May. The winter range form provides coverage against losses arising from weather (including freezing), most natural disasters, collisions with motorized vehicles, riots, civil commotion and theft.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'Winter Range Form'

Winter range form provides coverage for animals that are damaged or destroyed, including domesticated animals, and is used mainly for seasonal coverage on range stock in Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, New Mexico and Oklahoma.

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