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Farming Tips: Be Prepared for Severe Weather this Spring

According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), March is National Severe Weather Preparedness Month in Kentucky. No matter where you are, it never hurts to be prepared if bad weather heads your way. Here are seven spring safet...

Rural Roadway Safety

We know that things are different in the country. The lifestyle is different and the surroundings are different. And if you live on or near a rural road, it's vital to talk to your kids about rural roadway safety. As teenagers get their licenses, educa...

Planting: Farm Safety

As many of you know, farmers are busy preparing their fields for planting. As planting season gets in full swing, it's important to remember farm safety. According to the National Safety Council, agriculture is the most hazardous industry in the natio...

Farm Safety

With December here and the new year not so far away, this is the time of year to think about making changes. Many people see the clean slate of a new year as the perfect chance to make a change in their life, from business to relationships. If you're a...

Vacation Season Safety Tips

One of the best parts about being the speaker at many of our agricultural events is that I also have the privilege of being the student. I am able to attend lots of other conference sessions before, between or after my presentations. Such was the case ...

Women in farming and agriculture. Discover articles regarding the safety of farming including: planting, harvesting, weather conditions , and tractor safety tips.

Women in Farming: Put Safety First

Summer season is upon us, that means heat waves are here. Over the next few months farmers will be working longer hours -- starting their days before sunrise without resting until long after sunset. The pressure to keep going can be intense and can le...

Harvest Safety Tips

Fall is just a couple of weeks away and for many of us, that means harvest! During the fall harvest season, farmers will spend hours in equipment. That includes 'old pros' and younger, newer farmers as well. So, we are bringing a few tips as a friendly...

Tractor Roll Over Safety

Farm tractors are essential to modern, high output agriculture. Without them, food production would fall far short of meeting our needs. Unfortunately, tractors are generally the farm machinery identified with the most injuries in crop production agricult...

Firework Safety

Typically, the 4th of July holiday is celebrated with grilling, gatherings and some fireworks. Since fireworks can be dangerous, we wanted to share some tips on safety when lighting off fireworks. Each year, there are almost 9,000 emergency room-tre...

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