Putting Safety First on Your Farm or Ranch

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We understand that owning and operating a farm or ranch can be a dangerous occupation. Not only are you physically working outside in all the elements with dangerous machinery and animals; but it can also take a toll on your mental health. Plus, you’re worrying about your employees, family members, and friends. That’s why we’ve developed some activities you can use year-round to help improve awareness of key issues that may be present on your operation.

Check out these activities we’ve developed to help you improve awareness of key issues that may be present at your operation.

Farmer Roadway Safety

Whether you’re heading to the field in your tractor or you’re in your car or truck, sharing the road with farm equipment can be tricky. In both cases, preventing accidents is everyone’s top priority. Download and print this PDF checklist and stay mindful of these farm equipment road safety tips when you’re out and about.

Caretaker Support

Members of the sandwich generation may be in between caring for their growing family and caring for aging parents. As you start to plan for the future, here are some tips on what to expect and how you can prepare to be a primary caretaker for a loved one.

General Farmer Wellness

If you’re a farmer or rancher, you’ve likely got a lot on your mind and sometimes your health can take the backseat. Don’t put off caring for yourself and listen to your body. Use this health checkup guide to help keep you healthy and active.

Mental Health

Owning and operating a farm or ranch can be stressful. When it comes to farming and mental health, it’s important to check in with yourself and those around you. Changes in a person’s mental health status don’t typically happen overnight. Whether you’re a famer, or care about one, watch for these early signs of anxiety or depression.

Community Roadway Safety

Sharing the road with farmers and ranchers means practicing extra caution. Do you know how to stay safe while sharing the road with farm equipment? Take this quiz to test your knowledge.

Visit our Loss Control Services page for more information on ways we can help you reduce the risk of an accident on your farm or ranch.