Whether it’s fire, flood, wind, or injury- a disaster on your farm can cause devastating loss and requires pre-planning to minimize the disruption.
Each summer, dairy farm producers and their employees work through days of extreme heat and humidity – often starting in May or June and continuing into September. While we certainly need to protect our dairy cattle during these hot days, it is also an important time to be conscious of how to protect ourselves and our dairy farm workers during summer heat.
Jim Versweyveld talks about the importance of dairy producers being conscious to protect themselves and their dairy farm workers during summer heat. This is a companion video to How to Avoid the Risks of Heat Stress.
Kevin Herb, Becky Larson, Cheryl Skjolaas, John Shutske, and Jeff Nelson discuss what you need to know to keep yourself, your employees, and your livestock safe.
What is ivermectin? Ivermectin is a drug for humans and animals to treat internal and external parasites, including certain types of worms, fleas, ticks, and lice. What is the role of the FDA? The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is responsible for protecting the public health by ensuring the safety and efficacy of human and […]
A four part video series covering dermal exposure to chemicals, inhalation exposure to chemicals, and eye exposure to chemicals.
Mary Bauer, Extension Educator, gives the basics of OSHA recordkeeping requirements for agriculture. Recorded in 2016.