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Farm machinery

Every year, the Service is called to deal with numerous fires involving farm machinery, hay bales, fields and barns.

During harvest, farmers work long, hard hours and it’s easy to let chaff and dust build up in the machines, which can then catch fire if parts of the combine then overheat.

The problem can be compounded when machinery is worked extra hard between periods of inclement weather, or when crops are harvested and stored in less than ideal conditions.

NFU Mutual has produced a safety checklist for farmers to help prevent combine fires and accidents during harvest:

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