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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.
For more information, and to find help, please visit farmtownstrong.org.
"While we can't always stay out of the sun, there are some things we can do to protect ourselves and limit damage from the sun."
There is no challenge too great for America’s tough, resilient farmers and ranchers. We are meeting this challenge head-on, and together we will overcome it.
Farm Bureau members receive Telemedicine access.