I went to the insurance company today to renew my policy on farm insurance. I had to laugh when the agent told me that my rate was going to go up $50 a year because I have chickens on the farm now. Their reasoning behind it all was the best part, "Chickens are highly combustible, and therefore are a high fire risk". LMAO! I had to laugh when she told me that, don't mind paying the extra on the policy, but a high risk?! I didn't know if anyone else ever ran into this problem before and if they did if the company had a reason behind it all?