Time is Not Always Money

As I’ve gotten older I take farm safety a bit more seriously.  Becoming a father has also made me more aware of the importance of taking precautions and changing habits. Proper Set Up The Labor

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2 thoughts on “Time is Not Always Money

  1. Thanks for the great tips, meant to improve safety. My safety lesson involves chain saws. I used to borrow or rent them and never had any training. They are simple right? Then I was assisting a human pathologist with postmortem examinations. There had been a man having trouble with a chain saw and a log. He called his son over to help him. The son came running and fell onto the chain saw. It only took about half a square inch out of his skin and his carotid artery.
    Years later I worked with a log home builder. He taught me to only run a chain saw if there is at least a 6 foot diameter circle around you with nobody else in it.

  2. Truckers with hot shocks are the worst. Every time I work with a truck driver, I am clear that any electric prod is to be left in the cab.

    The fastest way to load animals is slowly.

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