Cold facts of ranching life

Jan 4, 2013
Farmers and ranchers complete tasks in all types of weather conditions. Extreme weather conditions put agricultural producers at risk for heat-related and cold-related illnesses and injuries. Individuals working in extremely cold or wet weather can experience such occupational health conditions as hypothermia, frostbite, trench foot and chilblains.

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