Hueske v. State Farm Fire and Casualty Company, 289 Fed. Appx. 960 (8th Cir. 2008)

(plaintiffs sued defendant for payment under third party supplier’s policy for losses plaintiff sustained from feeding cattle corn syrup tainted with diesel fuel that was purchased from supplier (a farmer); court holds that supplier’s corn syrup brokerage activity was a non-covered business pursuit of the insured separate from his farming operation that was not covered by the policy; plaintiff had previously entered into settlement with defendant stipulating that judgment may be collected only from proceeds of insurance policy with no personal liability to insured).