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Dealing with stress on the farm

CALEB NICKERSON
March 6, 2019
Farming is consistently ranked as a more dangerous profession than most and it’s not hard to see why. Heavy machinery, unruly animals and long hours can all pose serious health risks that the average citizen will never encounter in their nine to five.
Since farmers are typically self-employed, they also have to deal with the added stress of enormous investments of capital, the uncertainty of global markets and rising costs of doing business.

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