Been Farming Long? If not, you’re at high risk for injury. Men and women who’ve been farming less than 10 years are at high risk for injury because agriculture is one of the most dangerous industries in the U.S.
Spring is here which means one thing for farmers: it’s time to hit the fields. Tractors and other implements of husbandry (IOH) are allowed to operate on Wisconsin roadways but are often large and slow-moving which can cause confusion for drivers sharing the roads.
Tractor overturns are the leading cause of farm-related deaths. That’s why it’s so important that each tractor have a rollover protective structure (ROPS).
During Agricultural Safety Awareness Week (March 4-10), the Wisconsin Farm Bureau reminds drivers to slow down and be aware of farmers driving tractors
During Agricultural Safety Awareness Week (March 4-10), the Wisconsin Farm Bureau reminds drivers to slow down and be aware of farmers driving tractors.
Learn how lockout tagout can be implemented in your farm safety plan to prevent injuries on the farm.
When it comes to fall harvest, there’s a lot to be done in little time. Use these top 10 farm safety tips to prepare accordingly for the harvest season.
Skid steers are useful farm machinery but particularly dangerous for children. These safety tips can help keep your skid steer worksite safe.
Installing a rollover protection structure, also called a ROPS, remains the best way to prevent injury or death on a tractor.
As the “Farm to Table” movement continues to grow, so has Community Supported Agriculture, or CSA. Here is a list of recommended tips and resources to use before you launch your own CSA program.