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         Safety On The Farm:     more books (54)
  1. Stay safe on the farm = Tenga cuidado en la finca (SuDoc L 1.2:SA 1/2/ENG.-SPAN.) by U.S. Dept of Labor, 1999
  2. Electrocution hazards on the farm (Pm-1265k) by Charles V Schwab, 1992
  3. Safe use of skid-steer loaders on the farm (University of Wisconsin--Extension, Cooperative Extension) by Mark A Purschwitz, 1996
  4. Farm machinery safety;: Physical welfare effects of the man-machine interaction on farms, (Royal Commission on Farm Machinery. Study) by Graham Francis Donaldson, 1968
  5. Safe work practices on dairy farms (Extension folder / Agricultural Extension Service, University of Minnesota) by Robert A Aherin, 1982
  6. Injuries among youth on farms in the United States, 1998 (DHHS) by John R Myers, 2001
  7. Proposed regulations on the control of migratory farm worker transportation in North Carolina (Special study) by Perry Powell, 1961
  8. Stray voltage on Wisconsin dairy farms: Analysis and perspective from two surveys of stray voltage by Dean Jefferson, 1992
  9. Safe use of farm machinery movement on public roads (Extension folder / Agricultural Extension Service, University of Minnesota) by Robert A Aherin, 1982
  10. Comparison of Data on Agricultural Countermeasures at Four Farms in the Former Soviet Union (NRPB Report) by National Radiological Protection Board, 1996-06
  11. Biological Confinement of Genetically Engineered Organisms by Committee on the Biological Confinement of Genetically Engineered Organisms, National Research Council, 2004-05-05
  12. Farm-State Senators Call for Warning Labels on Imported French Wines.: An article from: Food & Drink Weekly
  13. 'The impacts of the American Clean Energy and Security Act of 2009 on U.S. Agriculture'.: An article from: Pro Farmer by Unavailable, 2010-01-02
  14. The farmer on guard: former pork producer Jim Moseley monitors the nation's food security: USDA second-in-command Jim Moseley manages 120,000 employees ... yet.(Profile): An article from: Top Producer by Jane Fullerton, 2002-11-01

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