After harvest, producers might head to the field for deep tillage such as ripping, or to make earthwork repairs around the farm. Remember, for your safety and to prevent expensive damage to underground utilities, call before you dig.
After harvest is often a good time for deep tillage such as ripping, or to make earthwork repairs around the farm. Always call before doing any deep tillage or earthwork.
Arctic-like temperatures in Kansas has resulted in ice formation on ponds and other water bodies. Learn about how quickly ice forms and what safety precautions should be taken.
As summer thunderstorm season approaches, make sure you know the facts about how lightning can travel. Learn the best strategies for keeping safe, including what to do if you are working outside in a remote area with no immediate access to a safe structure.
With harvest complete and some mild temperatures heading into winter, farmers might take to the field for deep tillage or other earthwork repairs. Be sure to take the proper steps before starting these activities, including checking for underground utilities. Call before you dig!