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August 1, 2020
Analysis: What’s your plan stan?
Written by Safer Farms' General Manager Tony Watson Do you have a plan for having to leave the farm if...
July 1, 2020
Analysis: Calving – fuel your body, fuel your mind
Written by Safer Farms General Manager, Tony Watson Calving season and new life on the farm is hands down one...
June 16, 2020
Analysis: What makes farms dangerous places to work?
Written by Safer Farms' General Manager Tony Watson. As a sector, agriculture consistently has the highest number of workplace injuries...
May 25, 2020
Winter 2020 Newsletter
May 4, 2020
Safer Farms launches the #PlantASeedForSafety Project in New Zealand
Save a life, listen to your wife - that’s the message of a new health and safety movement for rural...
March 27, 2020
Reminder to take extra safety precautions during lockdown
Farmers are being asked to enforce extra safety measures during COVID-19 Alert Level 4 in a bid to keep out...
March 11, 2020
New children’s mental health book gains industry wide support
A new children’s book focusing on mental health is being praised by both the mental health and agriculture sectors. Written...
March 10, 2020
Safer Farms’ reminding farmers to stay vigilant after tragic start to 2020
Safer Farms is reminding everyone using on farm vehicles to stay vigilant in the wake of a tragic spate of...
March 2, 2020
Elle Perriam and Harriet Bremner Join Forces to Empower Canterbury Farmers
Two young rural women who have a friendship with a difference, will make their first public appearance together in a...
November 7, 2019
Tomorrow’s Farms Farm Day teaches farmers how to future proof
Farmers and rural professionals have turned out to hear first-hand how to future proof their farms and make them more...
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