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811 Rodeo Clown

Ag Safety and Health Reminders

Ag Safety Tips and Things You Should Know to Make Your Job Easier

America’s 2.6 Million Miles of Natural Gas and Hazardous Liquid Transportation Pipelines

Am I Farming or Excavating: What’s the Difference?

Call 811 Before You Dig For You and For the Next Generation

Call 811 – Easy, Safe and It Protects

Clearing the Air on Crossings

Collecting Deep Soil Samples

Communicating the Right-of-Way

Drain Tiling Safely Around Buried Utilities

Electric Safety Means No Contact

Emergency Locates For Animal Carcass Disposal

For Safety’s Sake, Know What’s Below

How Can Ranching Affect Our Infrastructure

I Just Hit a Pipeline, Now What

Iowa Requires White-Lining – Pre-Marking Proposed Excavation Areas

It’s a Crime

Know Your Land Before You Buy

Land Management and Pipelines – A Shared Responsibility

Let’s Talk: When, How, and Why Communication is so Important

Logging Along the Lines

Midwest Flooding in 2019 – the Worst Ever

PHMSA National Pipeline Mapping System

Pipeline Safety in Louisiana Sugarcane Fields

Pipeline Safety: Before, During, and After the Fire

Pipelines and Fences: Invisible Crossings

Planning for Safe and Successful Production

Plan for a Safe Installation of Subsurface Drainage System

Precision Agriculture – How Farmers Can Use Data to Manage More Than Just Yield

Privately Owned Facilities

Protecting Utilities During Ditch Cleaning

Recognizing a Pipeline Leak and What If I Hit a Pipeline

Safe Excavation Procedures Can Save You Money

Safe Field Drain Tile Installation

Safety Around Overhead Wires

Safety Education Critical to Agricultural Operations

Sugarcane Production in South Florida Alongside Natural Gas Pipelines

Take Two Minutes to Prevent a Fencing Tragedy

The EYE in the Sky, SQUEALING PIGS, and Other Pipeline MYSTERIES Revealed

Tolerance Zone and White Lining

You Might Not Get A Second Chance!

Tillage and Fence Installation Safety in Rural America

Tragedy Strikes Quickly

Understanding the Pipeline Right-of-Way

Water Management on Your Land

What Does Calling 811 Actually Do

POAS AG Extension Sample Articles