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Parent first, farmer second

Safety campaign keeps priorities straight on the farm

5:20 PM, Apr. 25, 2013
Josh Meissner, a dairy farmer from Chili, appears in one of the ads from The National Children's Center for Rural and Agricultural Health and Safety campaign, Cultivate Safety.
Josh Meissner, a dairy farmer from Chili, appears in one of the ads from The National Children's Center for Rural and Agricultural Health and Safety campaign, Cultivate Safety.
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Josh Meissner knows all too well how important it is to make safety a priority on farms.

The 37-year-old is a lifelong Wisconsin dairy farmer who lost part of two fingers on his right hand while working on a harvester. The injury serves as a constant reminder to him and all workers on Norm-E-Lane Farm, which has a track record for keeping workers safe.

Meissner's experience, coupled with a deep desire to protect his own children, led him to join Cultivate Safety, a public-health campaign from the National Children's Center for Rural and Agricultural Health and Safety at Marshfield Clinic. ...

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