While farmers prepare their farms physically many do not take the time to prepare themselves mentally for a natural disaster.
In 2020, Lyle Benjamin’s farm died, but he refused to fling blame, bow to a taboo of silence, or gloss the pain, instead offering a voice seldom heard in agriculture.
There are so many things in our lives and careers over which we have little or no control. Farmers have to be better than most at accepting these lack of
Finding resilience in the wake of a farmer suicide.
Minnesota farmer Bob Worth shares tools available to combat farm stress and depression and talks about the impact on his own family.
Social withdrawal is a key thing to watch for in our friends now, but with social distancing , that’s hard to see, says Val Farmer, a clinical psychologist and author
Health is the most important asset for any operation, says Sean Brotherson, an Extension specialist at North Dakota State University. He shares a few ways to prioritize your health, especially