Agriculture is one of the most hazardous industries people can work in. Almost 2 million people are directly employed in the agriculture industry so it is certainly an issue that needs to be addressed.
If you’re looking to do the job right, our dubbo farm machinery is precisely what you need. With new and used machinery being an option, we cover it all. Whether you need augers or grain vacs, Geronimo Farm Equipment can help you.
Benefits of Working with Us in Dubbo, for Farm Equipment:
We’re veterans of the craft. We’ve been around for 27 years, which means any decision we help you make is based on the knowledge that we’ve accumulated with a successful business model. Whenever you work with us, you can be sure we deliver only the most informed opinions.
We want to make your job as easy as possible. Our goal has always been to provide high-quality farm equipment that’s efficient in the field, safe to work with, and profitable for the farmer, all made with the best products from great manufacturers (find more here). When you’re in Dubbo, our farm machinery will help you make sure you’re doing the best work you can.
In Dubbo, the farm equipment we sell comes in both new and used. If your budget needs a bit of breathing room, look at our used options, such as Farming robots, big data, and drones are all part of precision agriculture, a trend to make agriculture more efficient and less costly. We make sure they’re all as operational as they should be.
Every week there are people injured and even killed in the USA on farms and in agriculture related industries. One stark statistic is that every day approximately 167 agri-workers suffer a lost-work-time injury.
Through implementation of safer work practices and measures however, these numbers could be greatly reduced. Education and training is a major element that can assist this.
This info-graphic covers the area of farm safety and agriculture in the USA and examines some interesting and startling statistics associated with it.
It also gives some recommendations on how some of these accidents and fatalities can be avoided in the future.
Infographic created by the Irish Farmers Journal.