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General Safety

Farming and ranching in North Dakota is a time-honored lifestyle; however, it also is the state’s most dangerous occupation. More injuries and deaths occur on farms and ranches than any other workplace each year. Most accidents are preventable if proper safety precautions are implemented and practiced.

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Producer Testimonials

Doug Bichler reminds producers to be thinking all the time to avoid accidents like his.

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Youth Farm Safety

Many youth begin working on the family farm at young ages. They learn at the side of a parent or older sibling. Difficult practices and daily routines are learned and become almost second nature to them as they mature.

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Which Mask for Which Task?

The number of agricultural mask and respirator choices can be overwhelming. How do you know which one to use for what purpose? How do you know you are properly wearing the mask or respirator?

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Behavior Hazards and Child Safety on the Farm

Video from National Farmers Union about keeping kids safe on the farm.

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Electrical Safety on the Farm

Video from National Farmers Union about staying safe around electricity.

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General Safety Guidelines

Video from National Farmers Union about staying safe on the farm.

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