5 tips for summer safety on the farm

Summer brings longer days and warmer weather. However, it also means a busier time for farmers. Before you tackle your summer farming to-do list, check out these tips for staying safe. 

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5 camping safety tips you should follow

Summertime is the perfect time to get outdoors and enjoy nature. Before you hit the campgrounds, there are some safety measures that you should keep in mind to make sure everyone has a safe and memorable experience. 

Follow these five tips to make the most out of your experience. 

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4 need to know answers when insuring a new vehicle

So you're ready for a new ride. 

You've researched gas mileage, reliability, performance, and safety. You even know what color you want. But did you consider the insurance costs and the steps you need to take to make sure that new vehicle is properly covered before you leave the lot?

Here are some questions you'll want to answer before the car dealer hands over the keys. 

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Kids on the farm: Age appropriate farm safety tips

Farms are a rare combination of workplace and home. Because kids grow up "at home" on the farm, we may not think to give them the same kind of safety training we expect in a workplace. 

It's not uncommon for a construction or landscaping company, for example, to hold weekly tailgate talks reminding employees of job site hazards and the steps they can take to stay safe. 

Try the same tactics with kids on the farm. 

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Fact or fiction? The top 4 myths of renters' insurance debunked

Whether you live in an apartment, house, or duplex, if you're renting, it's a good idea to get renters' insurance even if your landlord doesn't require it. Why? Accidents happen, and oftentimes, they're out of your control. 

There are many things that hold people back from purchasing a renters' policy. Allow us to myth-bust a few of the biggest reasons: 

 

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