Get tips to manage farmland liability when your New York land is used for snowmobiling or hunting.
If you’re in an area where blizzards are common, mitigating the risk of roof collapse calls for a roof snow load management plan.
Each October, Nationwide observes National Fire Prevention Month and importance of fire prevention and safety on farms, ranches and commercial agribusiness.
Thermal imaging can help you stay on top of machinery and equipment performance and prevent small issues from becoming big, costly problems.
Get the facts about ATV and UTV safety including rules for all-terrain vehicles and become a champion for rider safety.
For Dale Earnhardt Jr., safety on the road, track or trail is a big deal. So he was eager to team up with Nationwide to help spread awareness of ATV/UTV safety.
Safe ATV/UTV operation means everyone in an agribusiness or on a large farm knows and does what’s legal, what’s smart and what’s right.
Pediatric emergency medicine physician with the University of Iowa shares his personal experience as a big reason why he’s a champion for ATV/UTV safety.
Read how a New York insurance agent worked with Nationwide and NECAS to bring manure pit safety training to her community.
Costly hay bale fires can occur at any point from bale chamber to the bunk. Prevent them with year-round attention.
Switching to a different crop has its pros and cons. Learn how to find the right crop from both a risk management and agronomic standpoint.
The inside of a grain bin is a danger place. Learn how an ag tech start-up built a robot to keep workers out.
Before changing feed supplies, make sure to consider overall business continuity and potential new risks.
Learn how ShockAvoid can help you steer clear of electrical hazards.
Learn about mitigating risk to your agricultural operation from severe weather.
Learn how to prepare your farm for unplanned power outages.
Footlong hay probes monitor and record temperatures and provide early detection of issues.
Self-activating fire mitigation tool adds a new layer of fire suppression and early warning.
Attractive farm nuisances, like ponds, may detract from the overall crop potential and add to a farmland owner’s liability. Learn more about managing attractive farm nuisances.
Sponsored by Nationwide, this one-of-a-kind manure pit simulator trains first responders, farmers and others on the importance of manure pit safety and proper rescue techniques.
Deadly manure pit accidents are preventable. Learn how Nationwide and NECAS are working together to help keep farmers safe.
Dragline systems can cut some of the hazards of handling and applying manure to crop fields. Learn more about operating a safe and effective manure dragline system on your farm.
Learn about the procedures you should have in place for manure pit safety to help protect against accidental death or injury.
With an increase in kids and teenagers helping on farms this summer, discover helpful tips for keeping youth farm workers safe.
Ag markets and supply chains are relying more and more on digital systems that can be vulnerable to ransomware attacks. Protect your operation with these tips.
Crop application accidents can expose the applicator to potentially massive liability. Learn more about how farmers can stay protected.
Lending farm equipment is a neighborly thing to do, but it's not without risk. Before lending, make sure you are properly covered by asking these questions.
Chemicals keep equipment clean and animals healthy on dairy farms, but when mishandled can contaminate dairy products. Avoid contamination with these tips.
Droughts are impacting farmers and ranchers throughout the US. Learn how to create an effective drought plan to mitigate drought’s effects on your operation.
Combine fires can cause property losses, personal injury and lost productivity. But they can be prevented with attention to the three components of combine fire safety.
Integrating telematics into your farm can help you manage your field operations and keep everyone safe. See how you can use telematics on your farm.
Follow these five tips to plan ahead, stay informed and know what to do in the event a grass fire threatens your farm.
Protect your stored grain and potential revenue from the threat of strong winds by implementing stronger grain bins.
As farms grow in size, farmers must adapt farm management strategies and resources to help mitigate risks.
Severe winter weather can create hazards for farms. See what actions you can take to protect your livestock, buildings, and machinery from winter storms.
These NH3 safety tips can be helpful to keep in mind for a safe and productive experience.
It’s a good idea to be attentive to the subtle signs a farmer may be experiencing a mental health challenge.
The 2020 derecho serves as a reminder for farmers to have plans in place for when a natural disaster hits.
Follow these tips to help keep your operation safe from potential cybersecurity threats.
Grain Bin Safety Week raises timely awareness of the dangers of grain bins.
Get wildfire safety and prevention tips to help protect your family, farm/ranch and property.
Learn how to prepare your farm for extreme weather.
Creating a farm safety culture at your farm or ranch requires a proactive safety attitude.
Learn how to avoid CO poisoning.
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