Employee Management

Take precautions to avoid fires this harvest season

With almost all of Nebraska under high fire danger, it's important farmers take extra precautions with harvest underway across the state. FULL STORY »

How to read body language

Much can be gained by paying attention to an employee’s body language. FULL STORY »

Latinos in Agriculture Leaders Forum, Oct. 17-19

Forum attendees will have the opportunity to interact with an outstanding roster of presenters as they discuss how Latinos can help grow a better future for agriculture. The forum will examine present and future challenges of leadership and talent in agriculture. FULL STORY »

Webinar to highlight needs of veterans in agriculture

The National AgrAbility Project and the Military Family Research Institute at Purdue University will present a webinar to help Extension staff and other professionals meet the needs of military veterans in agriculture. FULL STORY »

NMPF statement on House child labor legislation vote

A proposal late last year by the U.S. Department of Labor to tighten child-labor regulations on farms became a contentious issue. After public outcry, the Department decided to drop the proposals. FULL STORY »

Missouri governor signs undercover video bill

Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon signed SB: 631, which among other things included a provision to penalize individuals who take undercover videos showing animal abuse and fail to turn it over to authorities within 24 hours. FULL STORY »

Leadership execution: Six action steps

In the face of overwhelming change, it is often difficult to predict the future with any certainty. Managers must have the flexibility to adapt to change and harness its forces to their advantage. FULL STORY »

Be safe around skid-steers

The skid-steer loader is one of the most valuable tools deployed on farms. It is flexible, powerful and agile. It can work in small spaces where larger loaders cannot. But it also can be a dangerous machine to use, as evidenced by a number of fatal skid-steer accidents this year. FULL STORY »

Youth migration away from farms has Canadians concerned

A new report shows people from both rural and urban settings worry rural youth migrating to cities will negatively impact the country’s family farms. FULL STORY »

The U.S. immigration ruling: A hint on healthcare?

The U.S. Supreme Court's decision in the Arizona immigration case on Monday showed a conciliatory streak within a divided court that could emerge again when the justices issue their climactic healthcare decision on Thursday. FULL STORY »

Recognize the signs of heat stroke before it’s too late

Heat stroke is a serious condition that many farmers are at risk of experiencing, especially during the hot, humid days of summer. FULL STORY »

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