graphics, messages, links to videos and podcasts will be shared to work with
our partners to reach Wisconsin farmers and their families on topics related to
keeping Wisconsin farms and farmers healthy.
Use the following assets to help share these resources. To download a graphic, click one of the downloadable graphic links below, then right click on the image to save it to your computer. Remember to help show your support by tagging DATCP.
The Wisconsin Farm Center offers valuable resources to farmers and far m families across the state. With decades of agriculture experience, Wisconsin Farm Center staff are available to answer questions and connect farmers to resources including financial consulting, mediation and arbitration, veteran farmer assistance, herd health, and farmer mental health programs.
Graphics, video, and a podcast that you can share resources with Wisconsin farmers and their families when they need it. Running a farm business requires a healthy farmer physically and emotionally. Farming is a stressful occupation and the stress can bring on anxiety or depression. There are resources available to help and support farmers.
Coping with stress through substance use is not uncommon. Help Wisconsin farmers and their families know that there are resources available for them if they struggle with substance use. Use the graphics, video and podcast to educate farmers and their families on the signs of addiction and recovery options. There is hope for those struggling with substance abuse.
Difficult conversations can
be stressful, especially for farmers working with their families. Use the graphics, video and podcast to educate farmers and their families on ways to approach difficult conversations with those they live and work with.
Navigating Change Social Media Toolkit
Change comes in many forms, and navigating change can be stressful for farmers and their families. Use the graphics, video and podcast to educate farmers and their families on the various ways to approach and adapt to change.
Youth on Farms Social Media Toolkit
In agriculture, you often work where you live, so many youth grow up working and helping out on the family farm. Use the graphics and podcast to educate farmers and their families on the various ways youth play a role in agriculture.
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