Farmers help create farm-hazard maps for first responders

Wisconsin farmers, researchers and firefighters are working together to create a database of the hazards first responders could encounter when responding to an emergency at their farms. The program, which uses Quick Response codes posted on farm mailboxes, builds on a pilot project that used paper maps and the National Farm Medicine Center hopes it will eventually expand across the country.

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