How safe is your farm, ranch or acreage?

In our over 100 years of insuring agriculture and agribusiness, we've learned that a safetyfirst mindset is, by far, the best way to protect both your family and your farm assets. We urge you to be alert to the hazards around your farm or ranch, and develop a high level of daily safety awareness. By taking this educational assessment, you can identify changes to your operation that can help keep you and your family members (guests or vendors) safer. Sound safety practices will also save you money in medical, repair and insurance costs. 

Each answer you choose either adds or subtracts “safety points.” When the quiz is completed, you’ll find out your total score. You’ll also get helpful hints and tips along the way on easy changes you could make that will increase safety in your home and farm operations.   

Take this safety assessment and find out where you rate!



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