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The American Farm Bureau Federation encourages rural residents to participate in the National Prescription Drug Take Back Day this Saturday
The training is available at no cost to anyone interested in learning about farm safety (Farm Bureau membership is not required for access).
Although those in agriculture are known for their traditions, unparalleled hope and optimism, they face some realities that none of us can imagine
Long before the pandemic hit the U.S., farmers and ranchers were struggling.
The training course, geared toward farmers and ranchers, is open to the public and will help individuals identify signs of chronic stress and offer effective communication skills
The widespread closures at the retail level are impacting consumer demand and purchasing patterns in ways that agriculture has never experienced
Due to a lack of broadband access, rural patients and health care providers alike are unable to utilize the newest technologies.
Farm Bureau is urging farmers to take all the precautions possible to protect themselves, their workers and their communities.
Safety remains a top priority across the food chain, with everyone—from the farm to the grocery store—doing their part to take great care and precautions to get food safely to your tables.
Cornell University recently shared best practices for farmers and ranchers to implement on their farms and with farmworkers to guard against Covid-19