On August 31, 2020, Federated Insurance launched mySHIELDSM, an online destination for risk management resources to help businesses succeed.
In yet another COVID-19 related lawsuit regarding employee health and safety, Amazon has been sued in the San Francisco Superior Court.
Today, President Trump is signing a new Executive Order to further expand access to telehealth services during the COVID-19 pandemic, especially in rural communities.
It’s no secret that ongoing advancements in technology are making it easier than ever before to keep heavy equipment up, running and on the job. And it’s in minimizing the risk of unplanned machine failure, maximizing uptime and optimizing efficiency that equipment users ensure they can remain as productive as possible.
Today’s myriad technologies create a “data-grab” like previous “land-grabs” as technology providers seek to capture and control farm data to secure their future.
This article will seek to demystify the myriad of questions surrounding fuel choices, and give you a firm understanding of the different engine types and environmental impacts surrounding each type of fuel used today in agricultural and industrial equipment.
This proposed initiative seeks to raise up to $12 billion a year through a split roll property tax on commercial and industrial properties. The proposed initiative is an effort to correct flaws in a previous proposal that has already qualified for the November 2020 ballot. If approved by voters, the new measure would require that,…
The American Farm Bureau Federation is calling on lawmakers to provide critical resources to farmers impacted by the COVID-19 shockwave to the food system and to rural communities grappling with the pandemic’s impacts.
Trust in America’s farmers and ranchers remains high amid the devastating blow delivered by the COVID-19 pandemic.
On July 1 new Cal OSHA requirements regarding the operation of agricultural equipment between sunset and sunrise will go into effect.