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Safe sheep shearing

Back injuries, sprains, strains and hand wounds are the leading injuries associated with shearing sheep1.

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Leptospirosis: Farm dogs (and other pets in rural areas)

This fact sheet provides information about the risk and complex nature of leptospirosis infection in farm dogs.

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Leptospirosis: Working with beef cattle

This fact sheet provides information about the risk of leptospirosis infection in people working with beef cattle.

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Leptospirosis: Working with dairy cattle

This fact sheet provides information about the risk of leptospirosis infection in people working with dairy cattle.

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Leptospirosis: Working with deer

This fact sheet provides information about the risk of leptospirosis infection in people working with deer.

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Leptospirosis: Working with pigs

This fact sheet provides information about the risk of leptospirosis infection to people working with pigs.

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Leptospirosis: Working with sheep

This fact sheet provides information about the risk of leptospirosis infection in people working with sheep.

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Riding horses on farms

Accidents involving horses are often serious.

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Safe cattle handling

Every year, many people are hurt by cattle, mostly when cattle kick or crush them.

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