Tilling is one of the most important – yet time consuming – parts of farming. Learning how to do it safely and efficiently is going to set your farm up for success!
In this project, you’ll learn:
- How to prevent and control fires
- The basics of machine safety
- When and how to use personal protective equipment (PPE)
- How to use tillage equipment
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Science & Technology
Did you know?
There are seven main threats to our bodies when it comes to working with farm equipment safely – Head, Eyes, Ears, Lungs, Skin, Hands and Feet. Learn all about safely working around farm equipment in this 4-H project!