Wisconsin Farm Bureau will be joining Farm Bureau members across the nation in celebrating Agricultural Safety Awareness Program Week during Feb. 28-March 6.
This year’s ASAP Week theme is ‘Driving Safety Home.’
“Farm safety and mental health are always top priority, but both come front and center as we recognize national Agricultural Safety Awareness Program Week,” said Wisconsin Farm Bureau President Kevin Krentz. “As we approach the busy planting season, we also encourage farmers to check and maintain all safety mechanisms.”
Starting on Monday, March 1, visit WFBF’s Facebook page for farm safety content throughout the week.
A different safety focus will be highlighted by American Farm Bureau, Wisconsin Farm Bureau and the U.S. Ag Centers on social media:
Monday, March 1 – Farmer Roadway Safety
Tuesday, March 2 – Caretaker Support
Wednesday, March 3 – General Farmer Wellness
Thursday, March 4 – Mental Health
Friday, March 5 – Community Roadway Safety
Wisconsin farmers and residents are encouraged to ‘Like’ Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation on Facebook to learn more about each of the daily themes.
About the ASAP Program: The Agricultural Safety Awareness Program is a part of the Farm Bureau Health and Safety Network of professionals who share an interest in identifying and decreasing safety and health risks. Join the movement to keep farms safe and share your own safety messages on social media using the hashtags #KeepFarmsSafe, #ASAP21 and #USAgCenters.
About the Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation: Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation is the state’s largest general farm organization representing farms of all sizes, commodities and management styles. Farm Bureau’s mission is to lead the farm and rural community through legislative representation, education, public relations and leadership development.