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Farm Safety Checklist

This farm checklist gives you basic tips and information for keeping your farm safe and preventing accidents.


Sue Weaver's basic farm safety tipsFarms can be dangerous places, so it’s our job to prevent accidents.

Sue Weaver offers advice about staying safe around tractors, and livestock, special notes for children and critical prevention tips.

Print this brief checklist to keep basic safety tips at your fingertips--and as a starting place to eliminate risks and keep your homestead safe.

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I enjoyed the article about tomatoes. Am planning to grow them next spring. However, you describe some tomatoes that "....came over with the Mayflower". That is unlikely. Tomatoes were domesticated in Mexico by the Aztecs, whose name for the fruit was/is "tomatl". The word tomato is a corruption of same, via Spain and her Spaniards.
Rodrigo, Beloit, WI
Posted: 12/8/2013 3:27:13 PM
Excellent, thanks.
Melanie, Newmarket, ON
Posted: 6/1/2010 5:06:31 AM
Good ideas, especially to those just setting up their new Hobby Farm. Many ideas for safe planning.
Darrell, Eagleville, TN
Posted: 11/25/2009 4:20:44 AM
Good idea.
K, ?, NJ
Posted: 10/30/2009 5:48:40 AM
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