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Grain Bin Dangers video screen

Understanding Grain Bin Hazards

Grain bins pose serious risks to farmworkers and their families. Watch this video, created by N.C. Cooperative Extension Service …

Certified Safe Farm Program

CROP NEWS Certified Safe Farm Program Are you interested in: fewer injuries…better health…fewer lost work days…lower health costs…for yourself, your family …

Twinning in Cattle

The late fall and early winter is the predominate calving season for many Franklin County beef producers. Those producers …

Recent Publications related to Farm Health & Safety

Reconditioning Flood-Damaged Tractors

This publication offers information on how to clean and recondition tractors that have been submerged …

2 weeks agoDisaster Recovery

Pesticide Applicator Certification and Licensing

To apply restricted-use pesticides to agricultural commodities, you must be certified or be supervised by …

3 weeks ago

Avoiding Tobacco Curing Losses Due to Electrical Failures

This publication for tobacco growers describes steps that can be taken to avoid or minimize …

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Controlling Damage in Pesticide Storage Facilities on the Farm

This publication for farmers covers the guidelines to deal with pesticide storage facilities that may …

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Asian longhorned tick female

Longhorned Tick

The longhorned tick (previously called the 'Asian longhorned tick') is an invasive tick spreading throughout …

3/11/24

Purchasing a Back-Up Generator for the Farm

This publication contains important information and safety tips regarding gasoline-powered generators to be used in …

Animal Damage Control

This publication explains control measures that can be taken due to animal damage of crops.

2/15/24

Chemical Weed Control

This publication covers chemical weed control and weed response to a variety of crops.

2/15/24