Harvest time is when all the hard work of planting and growing is on the line. However, a fire can quickly wipe all the time and investment out in just a matter of minutes. A fire will not only cost your livelihood but could result in the loss of lives, property, and machinery. Avoid a catastrophe this harvest season, prepare now in case of a fire emergency.
Farm and ranch fires are major tragedies. Livestock are lost, property damaged, and lives of employees and firefighters are put at risk. Prepare yourself in case of a fire emergency now by reading if your farm is at risk for fire.
Fire can be important in keeping land productive. Learn more and be prepared for risks.
Fire prevention isn’t something many people think about on a daily basis. However, it’s a major cause of loss of life and property. This is especially true for farmers whose livelihood depends on their operations. For farmers, barn fire safety should not be an afterthought. When farming is your livelihood you can’t risk any
Adam Williams, VP of Sales at AKE Safety Equipment, has brought you the best farm fire safety tips. Harvest season can pose increased risks of fire that can severely damage equipment, crops, and personnel. During an interview with AG Broadcaster, Sonja Lanseth, on AM 730 KWOA, Adam tells you the best ways to avoid
An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Lot of $$$ Once again, harvest season is upon us. That means getting up early, leaving late, and reaping the benefits off all the hard work you put in this season. However, it is important to remember the dangers of the harvest season, the major one being fires.
Farm fires are some of the most dangerous, and expensive fires that can happen. According to the U.S. Fire Administration, over 20,000 farm fires happen each year. Farm fires can cost up to millions of dollars in lost equipment and resources. That translates to labor time, equipment losses, crop and livestock losses, and can significantly