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Vacation Season Safety Tips

Should you venture off of the farm this summer for a much-deserved vacation, here are some great safety tips to consider before you depart.

Women in Farming: Put Safety First

The number of ag accidents and deaths are disturbing, much can be done to curb them.

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.

Tip of the Week: Kitchen safety

Today's tip is all about kitchen safety!

Tractor Roll Over Safety

A few reminders on safety practices when operating a tractor!

Rural Roadway Safety

If you live on or near a rural road, it's vital to talk to your kids about rural roadway safety.

Planting: Farm Safety

As planting season gets in full swing, it's important to remember farm safety. Keep reading for some great tips!

Tip of the Week: Farm Safety

Our tip of the week is all about Farm Safety today! Keep reading for some tips on how to keep yourself and your family safety when working on your farm.

Winter Weather Safety

We have a Winter Storm Watch here in Kentucky and we thought it would be a good time to refresh on some winter safety tips.

Be an Agvocate: Food Safety

While the FDA has rules and regulations to keep your food safe, there are always extra steps you can take to ensure the safety of the food you eat and what you feed your family. Keep reading for some food safety tips.

Farm Safety

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 on the farm!

National Tire Safety Week: How to change a flat

It's National Tire Safety Week and we think an awesome, independent gal should know how to change a tire. Keep reading for the how-to.

Is Your Grain Cart Ready for Harvest?

Performing some preventive maintenance on grain carts will help ensure they're ready to roll...

Harvest Safety Tips

Fall is just a couple of weeks away and for many of us, that means harvest! Here are a few tips as a friendly reminder to stay safe this harvest season!

Tip of the week: Car safety

Since the winter weather is on the way, now is a perfect time to winterize your car. Here are a couple of tips on getting your car winter ready!

Halloween safety tips!

Halloween is just around the corner and the kiddos are getting ready for trick-or-treating. Of course, we always want kids to be safe, so here are some tips on staying safe this Halloween. Keep reading for our tips.

Sheep Safety

If you are a farmer with a lot of land, you may already know about or even own sheep. Sheep provide meat, milk and cheese in addition to wool. Keep reading for more on sheep!

Spring Safety Tips

When the weather is warm, it's tempting to be more laid-back about everything! Keep reading for some tips on how to be sure to stay safe when the weather warms up.

Tip of the Week: Summer Safety

Memorial Day on Monday marked the day that many pools open for the summer. School is out and it's time to shift to summer activities. Keep reading for summer tips.

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