14:06PM Feb 14, 2020

4 Critical Safety Steps

Sara Schafer
Sara Schafer

Create an emergency response plan for your farm

12:13PM Feb 13, 2020

Emergency Response Plans Save Lives and Money

Shay Foulk
AgWeb Contributor

Here's how to create an emergency response plan for your farm.

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07:56AM Jan 02, 2020

Despite Colder Weather, Skin Cancer Risk Looms

Macey Hurst
AgWeb Contributor

Often times, when the temperature starts to go down, the sunscreen gets put up. But the risks for skin cancer are actually just as severe in the winter months.

10:39AM Dec 04, 2019

On-Farm Death or Accident: Are You Covered?

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

Whether it’s an employee or trespasser, accidental injury or death could mean months and years of legal hurdles for the farm. Use winter down time to prepare your farm, just

13:15PM Nov 18, 2019

When the Sheriff's Department Stops By: Farmer's Response Goes Viral

Jennifer Shike
AgWeb Contributor

When Illinois corn and soybean farmer Doug Downs started fueling up his combine on Nov. 7 and saw a note on the combine door, his heart sunk.

16:44PM Oct 24, 2019

EPA Proposes "Clarifying" Updates To Application Exclusion Zone

Margy Eckelkamp
Director of Content Development, Machinery Pete

The goal is to improve the long-term success of the agency’s Application Exclusion Zone (AEZ) requirements. The Agricultural Retailers Association supports these targeted revisions.

12:38PM Oct 10, 2019

Wisconsin Man Dies in Silage Packing Accident

Anna-Lisa Laca
Online and Business Editor

A Wisconsin man was crushed to death Tuesday after a feed bunk wall collapsed and rolled the tractor he was using to pack silage.