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Dress for safety

What’s today’s fashionable farmer wearing to work?
If you guessed any of the high fashions featured in GQ, Vanity Fair or Esquire, guess again.
Looking good is great when you go to town but safety and comfort are more important when dressing for farm chores.
Let’s begin with the head, after all that’s where thinking about safety should start.
Head injuries are common on the farm and tend to be serious. When doing work that may involve head hazards, trade your comfy ball cap for a hard hat.
When you’re spraying chemicals overhead, wear a ...

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