Reduce the Risk of Fire

Fire is an ever-present concern for barn owners. Farm fires pose a unique threat because farms tend to be isolated and without access to large quantities of water, and they’re located in rural areas without easy access to the services of the well-equipped fire departments of urban areas. And because barns and their contents are typically highly flammable, fires in these buildings can quickly burn out of control... <read more>


Also see Equine Guelph - Barn Fire Prevention Tool


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