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AgrAbility Additional Services

May 21, 2010

Part 3  From Janis Moore.

Information and Referral: Vermont AgrAbility provides information about farming with a disability and referral information on services available in agriculture, rehabilitation and the community.    We have pages of information that may help you locate the services that will keep you farming into the future.
 

On-site Technical Assistance: Vermont AgrAbility conducts on-site home and agricultural worksite assessments and recommends ways to safely continue farming. This includes how to restructure work tasks or operations, explore alternatives agricultural enterprises, modify farm equipment and tools, and acquire agriculture-related assistive technology.
This onsite assessment service is FREE. Our goal is to keep YOU farming comfortably.

Secondary Injury Prevention: Vermont AgrAbility creates awareness and provides information on preventing further injuries or disabling conditions.  There are many ways in which you could reinjure yourself that you may not be aware of.   It only takes a minute to cause more damage to yourself and your business.    Secondary Injury Preventiion Assessment is also FREE and available to you.  Don’t wait one more day.  Call our office and help make you and your farm a safer place.

Farmers eligible for Vermont AgrAbility services may have any type of acquired or traumatic disability-physical, cognative or sensory. Please share this information with farmers or call and request the AgrAbility brochure and information that we can mail directly to your farmer friends.  

Call any of the following phone numbers to contact us: 1-800-639-1522 or any AgrAbility staff member: 866-860-1382, 800-571-0668 or 866-260-5603

Let’s keep Vermont farming,  Janis

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5 Comments leave one →
  1. May 31, 2010 12:55 pm

    You have done it once more. Amazing article!

  2. May 27, 2010 10:25 am

    feel free to pass a link to this blog onto those who might benefit from it…thanks for the comment.

  3. May 27, 2010 10:22 am

    If only more people could hear this..

  4. May 26, 2010 10:10 am

    Thanks for your words, you are so right..I checked out your blog and it has a lot of really good information about buying tractors. Hope to see you again.

  5. May 26, 2010 2:29 am

    You’ll need different machines depending on your intention. You must decide whether you want it to work on your land or you just want to restore it for your pleasure (because some vintage tractors don’t make good work tractors).

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