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Building Your Farm Safety Team

  It’s no secret that a serious farm injury or fatality can be devastating emotionally and financially to a farm operation and farm family. But it’s never going to happen to you. Right? Well, according to Canadian Agricultural Injury Reporting statistics, an...

Alberta Rancher Considers Himself Lucky After Bull Injury

Ray Murphy had a bad heart. That’s why he was so busy on September 22, 2009. His pre-op appointment with the surgeon for open heart surgery was scheduled for the next day and Murphy Livestock , a 300 head, pure-bred, Angus and Charolais beef farm in Bonnyville,...

Manage safety as a farm business risk

Successful business people know that a dollar saved is worth more than a dollar earned. Think of farm safety risk management the same way. A loss prevented is worth more than increased production.  To help producers manage their farm safety business risks, a...

Managing Wetlands for Grazing and Biodiversity

Researchers assess impact of livestock use on intermountain wetlands, vegetation, biodiversity and waterfowl. In the intermountain west and prairie pothole regions, freshwater depressional wetlands are dispersed throughout rangelands. These wetlands are very important...

Farm Safety Doesn’t Just Save Costs

A minor accident can be a costly occurrence for any small business, but Jamie Beaumont doesn’t promote farm safety just to pinch a few pennies. A strict adherence to work safety standards is as much about his piece of mind as it is about good business practices. Mr....