It’s time to focus on one topic for the farm – and that’s farm safety, but more importantly keeping our kids safe on the farm.
In this week’s episode of Around Farm Progress we’re taking a little different approach and focusing on one topic – farm safety. But stick with us we’re not aiming to preach but to inform and the focus is on how can we keep our kids safe. With many now having more time to help, given changing pandemic school schedules, it’s worth discussing.
We turned to Holly Spangler, editor of Prairie Farmer, who has some personal experience related to keeping her kids safe. She shares those stories, but also insights she’s picked up on this important topic. She has written two relevant items, one offering tips on ways to keep your children safe; and the other about her personal experience (hence the bubble wrap).
And check out the Farm Progress Virtual Experience breakout on grain bin safety for more tips.
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Farm Progress held its first ever Farm Progress Virtual Experience, which was an information-packed farm show including everything from field demonstrations to informative breakout sessions. The event went live recently and all the material, including the extensive trade show with hundreds of exhibitors, available at FPVexp.com. Check it out.
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