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With longer nights coming, there is more opportunity for criminals to target farms and rural businesses.
Recognizing the high levels of stress affecting America’s farmers and ranchers, Farm Credit, American Farm Bureau Federation and National Farmers Union have partnered on a program to train individuals who interact with farmers and ranchers to recognize signs of stress and offer help.
It only takes three days to become addicted and for your body to crave the euphoria that opioids produce
A series of pesticide waste collection events were in October held at no charge to pesticide applicators, primarily those working in the agriculture community
The Farm Town Strong campaign is a great example of the power of partnerships in addressing rural issues
UDAF has organized a series of waste pesticide collection events in October in Logan, Spanish Fork, and Cedar City
The Utah Farm Bureau is reminding everyone in agricultural communities about their role in staying safe on the farm and ranch during National Farm Safety and Health Week (Sept. 15-21).
We must do more to extend resources and programs out to the farmers and ranchers experiencing pressures that lead to hopelessness, depression, and thoughts of suicide
Heat exhaustion is serious, and a heat stroke should be considered a major medical event.
I feel it may be a little different for a farmer or rancher who feels like the hopes, fears, expectations, and legacies of multiple-generations are riding on the success of your business.