As preparations begin for another for fall harvest, it is important to review safety protocols before harvest begins, according to the PRO-DAIRY group at Cornell University.
Last spring, PRO-DAIRY and the OSHA Work Group sent an alert highlighting the importance of adequate sleep during these high-paced operations. Unfortunately, low milk prices are pressing many farms to cut costs where they can.
The harvest crew should be properly sized to do a good job safely. It may be t
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