Monthly Archives: October 2014

Animal safety activities found here!

If you need a little extra help trying to teach the kids about animal safety, you’re in luck, we have exactly what you need! Click on the links below to get fun, educational activities. Animal Bingo Animal Detectives Animal Handling … Continue reading

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Some beggar’s night advice…

Getting ready to take your little ghosts and goblins around town to collect candy they really don’t need, all in the name of fun? Good! You are in luck, we have some advice for you. – Make it a fun … Continue reading

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Looking for a good way to talk about ATV safety? How about a puzzle?

Safety is not always a fun or engaging topic, but absolutely necessary if you have kids riding ATVs. Talk to them about the rules for a safe ride by using the activities sheets below! Chore Puzzle In The News Secret Safety Code … Continue reading

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Chemical safety activities for you! – That’s right, YOU!

Extra, extra read all about it! We have plenty of chemical safety activities for the kids in your life. Teach them to be safe around chemicals. Download and print today, at no cost to you. Chemical Square Eights Coloring Page – Livestock Rural … Continue reading

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Manure Removal Safety Tips

If you have plans to move some slurry in the coming months, take a minute to read through the National Pork Board‘s list of safety tips! The process of removing manure from below-building storage of swine facilities is a task … Continue reading

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Did you know… #FPW2014

Did you know… In 2011, U.S. fire departments responded to 370,000 home structure fires. These fires caused 13,910 civilian injuries, 2,520 civilian deaths, $6.9 billion in direct damage. On average, seven people died in U.S. home fires per day from … Continue reading

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It’s Fire Prevention Week! #FPW2014

When was the last time you checked your smoke alarm? If it was that time it started chirping because the battery was dead, it’s been far too long. The National Fire Protection Association suggests testing your smoke alarms once a month.

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