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The last farm safety story I ever want to write
Stop thinking it won’t happen to you, because that kind of thinking is killing us.
Brush up on safety protocols during National Farm Safety and Health Week
Agriculture is still the most dangerous sector in America, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, with 573 fatalities in 2019. Because fall harvest is one of the most treacherous times, the third week of September is designated as National Farm Safety and Health Week.
WASDE 2021 Price Projections in Historical Perspective
Given historic relationships, high 2021 prices should not necessarily be expected in future marketing years.
If they haven’t already started, Iowa farmers will soon be heading to the fields to harvest their corn and soybeans.
Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds signed a proclamation last week allowing vehicles transporting corn, soybeans, hay, straw, silage and stover to be overweight without a permit through Oct. 17.
The Environmental Protection Agency is seeking information from dicamba herbicide registrants about off-target plant damage as part of a review on the herbicide’s performance.