We took questions from a longer safety checklist the Canadian government developed for family farmers. It’s a good starting point for your own assessment.
Understanding fire behavior and prevention in addition to developing your own evacuation plan are all part of comprehensive fire safety on a farm.
A large pile of rocks, disappearing into the ground under years of accumulated leaves and grass, offers an intriguing mystery about what else is “hiding.”
Firearms have many uses in agricultural settings, but they pose great risk. Here are gun safety tips to minimize that risk and avoid injury.
Your body is crucial equipment for farm work. Here’s how to use your mind to choose the proper clothing for the many tasks of farming.
Wasps, hornets and yellow jackets are stinging insects that can build nests near your home. Here’s how to prevent them and deal with them if they appear.