6 Ways to Not Use a Generator

In an emergency situation, use a generator safely to keep power running without even more problems.

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Toxic Fescue: A Danger for Livestock Moms-To-Be

Mom and Dad have had trouble buying good hay this year. They finally got some big bales from a man they bought hay from last year. The problem is that some of the hay is fescue, and my pregnant girlfriend, Katy, shouldn’t eat it.

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Wash Your Organic Carrots!—Here’s Why

Practice food safety by properly washing all fruits and vegetables (organic or not) before eating to minimize your exposure to pathogens and chemicals.

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6 Ways to Cope with Disaster Recovery

As Americans along the East Coast recover from the wake of Hurricane Sandy, use this time to remind yourself how to cope in the event of a disaster in your area.

7 Ways to Avoid a Barn Fire

Barn fires are the most common emergency disaster farmers encounter. Reduce the risk of devastation on your farm.

7 Steps to Planning for Disaster

Farm disasters can happen without notice, so it’s a good idea to have a plan in place. Use these tips for forming your farm disaster plan.

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