Category Archives: Farm Safety & Health Week

Confined Spaces in Agriculture – #FSHW15

Day 4 of Farm Safety & Heath Week is upon us! Today’s focus is on confined spaces, such as grain bins, an important topic considering fall harvest is just around the corner. Download the PDF below to teach your kids about the … Continue reading

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Can you crack the code? – #FSHW14

Try your hand at a secret safety code! #TractorSafety #FSHW14

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#TeachAg – We Need You!

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Corn Corners – #FSHW14

Be cautious around corn corners! We urge you to be cautions around intersections near corn fields this harvest season. If the corn is still in the field it can restrict your view of oncoming traffic. Slow down while coming to … Continue reading

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24/7 – 365

As Farm Safety & Health Week 2013 comes to an end, remember that farm safety is more than just a week long. Just like your farming operation, it endures 24 hours a day and 365 days a year. For over … Continue reading

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Children and Youth Day

Today of National Farm Safety and Health Week is dedicated to children and youth farm safety. We teach children so many things early in life, why not let one of them be farm safety?  If you are raising your children … Continue reading

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National Farm Safety and Health Week

Since 1944, the third week in September has been deemed National Farm Safety & Health Week. This year we celebrate by “Working Together for Safety in Agriculture”. A theme that should hit home with all of us. Farming is not … Continue reading

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