Farm Safety
The Tippecanoe River in northwestern Indiana swelled over its banks in mid-June, flooding dozens of
Homeowners wanting to repair their flood-damaged home should wait until the wood and other materials dry out enough so they don't cause more problems later, such as with mold, a Purdue Extension disaster education specialist says.
Purdue Extension, in partnership with the Kansas State University Department of Grain Science and Industry, is sponsoring a free workshop to educate industry professionals on the equipment and methods of grain dust explosion prevention.
Hay bale in field
With parts of the Midwest experiencing wetter-than-normal weather conditions, a Purdue Extension forage specialist is urging farmers to make sure their hay is adequately dried before baling and storage to reduce the risk of barn fires.
Flooded area near house.
Purdue Extension has a free publication to help homeowners recover from flooding that is expected to continue with more storms this week. First Steps to Flood Recovery is available free for download at Extension's The Education Store at Search for product code ACS-101-W.