A century ago, dozens of Missourians banded together for mutual aid when one would lose a barn to fire, a mule to lightening or crops to a storm. Large insurance companies often would not insure people in rural area. That's why a group of Missourians established this mutual aid society in 1908. Today, what they began is still thriving. The Boeuf & Berger Mutual Insurance Company has grown to serve more than 3,500 policyholders, but its mission remains providing mutual aid when disaster strikes. Boeuf & Berger celebrates 100 years of service to central Missouri and beyond. Its policyholders stretch across the state. It is headquartered in New Haven, MO.