With Jamima Jamieson
The current pandemic outbreak as not to dissimilar to a weed like wild radish.
If the place down the road gets a wild radish infestation, what do we do?
Generally, we would take simple measures to stop the spread. We would make sure contractors are bringing in clean equipment, ensure fewer un-necessary vehicles coming onto the farm, purchase hay and grain from ‘safe’ properties, or even stop bringing it in at all.
Just like a wild radish infestation, the Coronavirus spreads through contact with people and their equipment. Such as:
All of these essential touch points mean an increased risk to COVID-19 exposure.
As we know, our operations can’t stop. So here are a few things we can do to minimise the risk:
Everyone is doing an amazing job adapting to the ever-changing situation, let’s all continue to keep ourselves, our families and our farms safe. With a good season predicted by the BOM just last week, there is a lot to look forward to!
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