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K-State Research and Extension Bookstore

K-State Research and Extension Bookstore

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Kansas State University
Manhattan KS 66506-3402

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Equipment and Structures » Farm

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  • PM56
    Certificate of Training for Hazardous Occupations

    Department of Labor certificate required for youths 14 and older showing completion of tractor and machinery operation training. Print version is on 3-part NCR paper, half-size, printed front and back.

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  • MF2941
    Machinery Safety on the Farm

    Timely maintenance, responsible use, and comprehensive safety awareness training are ways farmers can protect themselves and others from injury or death when working with and around agricultural machinery. 4 p.

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  • MF2656
    Livestock Safety

    Approach livestock slowly from an angle, not directly from behind. Cattle, sheep, horses, and swine can be easily frightened by shadows or surface changes. Moving or flapping objects can disrupt handling. Loud noises can cause distress.

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  • MF2715
    Guide to Managing Safety for Employers and Supervisors in the Landscaping and Horticultural Services Industry

    Motor vehicles, machinery and tree trimming hazards are major causes of injury in landscaping and horticultural services.

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  • MF2953
    Leasing vs. Buying Farm Machinery

    Farm equipment can be purchased, leased, rented, or custom hired. Net Present Value (NPV) analysis is used, with examples, to help determine the advantages and disadvantages of the options, including tax impacts. 8 p.

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