Silage Safety Is Even More Critical When School’s Out

“Our new coloring book is a fast, easy, and engaging way to teach everyone – not just children – how to work and live more safely around silage.” ( Amanda Freund )

Throughout the country schools are getting ready to close for summer. You know what that means: watermelon, popsicles, pools and for farm kids, longer days spent on the dairy. Do your kids know basic rules to stay safe around your silage bunkers and piles? Do your employees kids know them?

An avalanche, fall from height, unsafe sampling, silo gas – all are possible. Understanding why and how to be safe is important. Fortunately, there’s a fun tool for kids to learn about silage safety and best of all it’s free to you. Check out the new Silage Safety Coloring Books from Sealpro® Silage Barrier Films and Connor Agriscience, now in both English and Spanish versions.

 “Connor Agriscience has over 10 years of leadership in silage education and has helped people make and manage their feed to save money. We know that efficient silage is safe silage. But even the best-made feeds must be respected to avoid potential disaster,” says Connie Kuber, vice president of Connor Agriscience. “Our new coloring book is a fast, easy, and engaging way to teach everyone – not just children – how to work and live more safely around silage.”

Ordering these color books for the kids who will be spending time on your farm is easy and free. Simply visit www.connoragriscience.com and use the contact form to order.

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