Farm Safety College

Safety while living and working on the farm and ranch is incredibly important. Therefore, one of Missouri's Cattlemen Foundation's priorities is to educate children on staying safe on the farm.

Junior high and high school students have the opportunity to participate in a fun day outside of the classroom to learn about safety on the farm and how to react in serious situations. In the past eleven years, over 1,800 students have received a proactive message about making smart choices in farm safety.

Students in grades sixth through twelth participate in a rotation of different stations. Some of those have included; ATV, Automobile, Fire, First Aid, Household Hazardous Waste, Large Animal Handling, Lawn and Garden Equipment, Electricity, and Firearms.

Each station provides hands-on experience teaches students how to prevent accidents and how to respond in the event of an accident.

Check back for the 2015 Farm Safety College information!


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