Do any of these scenarios sound familiar?
|Farmers face many stressors.|
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|Individuals and families are|
directly affected by stress.
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|Too much unmanaged stress is associated |
with heart disease, high blood pressure,
diabetes, and increased injury risk.
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|Stress & economic conditions|
can influence safety conditions
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|Managing and mitigating stress requires|
a purposeful set of strategic actions.
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|Strong relationships and family bonds allow|
for healthy coping.
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|Agriculture is growing increasingly|
complex. Take advantage of
opportunities to learn and grow.
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|Many resources exist to help farmers|
and family members in difficult times.
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Author, John Shutske is a Professor & Extension Specialist, University of Wisconsin and UW-Extension, Cooperative Extension. Editorial support & assistance was provided by Kelly Morehead, copyeditor.For permission to re-print, adapt, or use this material, please contact the author at: email@example.com