As harvest season approaches I wish you a bountiful harvest, but most of all, I hope none of us will have to get a phone call that stops us in our tracks.
National Farm Safety and Health Week has been recognized during the third week of September for 77 years to help bring attention to risks in agriculture.
Poisonous gases released during manure storage can cause immediate asphyxiation and death, a major farm safety hazard for ag operators.
The Soybean Checkoff offers some some tips on what you can do to make it home safely this harvest season.
A new study looked at emergency room admissions and suggests that the number of agriculture-related injuries are even higher than previously believed.
Many people may not realize that something so minor like the sense of smell can amplify the dangers around you, especially on the farm.