If we reflect back in history to 1944, what do we remember? Many of us weren’t around at this time, but a google search of the year tells us the
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Being a farm kid and being raised around this stuff all our lives, we don't realize all the unsafe things we are around so seeing that made me realize that little everyday things I'm doing or around are not always as safe as I think they are.
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SPOTLIGHT: 76 Years of Farm Safety and Health – National Farm Safety and Health Week
Get your Podcast Queue Ready: On air with AgCountry
Harvest is coming, get your podcast queue ready. Rural Perspectives Podcast, hosted by AgCountry Farm Credit Services, featured UMASH’s Megan Schossow
SPOTLIGHT: National Teach Ag Day 2020
The tenth annual National Teach Ag Day is on Thursday, September 17, 2020. National Teach Ag Day is designed to encourage others to teach school based
SPOTLIGHT: Sending you a Signal
Signals can convey many messages, such as STOP on the red light, emergency or distress (SOS) signals or a thumbs up emoji signaling a job well done. Signals
Billions and Billions (of microbes)
Dr. Peter Davies, BVSc, PhD is a faculty member in the College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Minnesota and a principal investigator for the
SPOTLIGHT: Be Safe and Smart Around Silage
Be Safe and Smart Around Silage Tracey Erickson South Dakota State University Extension August 24, 2020 As summer changes over to autumn, silage harvest
SPOTLIGHT: Extra Riders on Tractors are a High Risk for Fatality
Ever heard the phrase, “If one is good, two must be better?” Kids on and off the farm are often attracted to tractors and ask the driver to “ride
Don’t Kiss the Calves
Dr. Jeff Bender was one of the featured speakers on the August 26, 2020 episode of The Dairy Signal™, a live streamed event hosted by the Professional