Farming is a high-risk business, and the risk of mental health challenges can be as important as the financial hazards farmers face.
MSU Extension agents have learned how to recognize when farmers and others may be in distress or experiencing mental health problems.
State and national resources to answer your questions and provide help during stressful times on the farm.
If there’s a stigma attached to mental health issues, it needs to disappear!
Some things are out of your hands, but you can find strategies to improve things you control on your farm.
An NDSU Extension family science specialist recommends focusing on what you can control.
Food pantries can help farmers facing hardships from flooding and low commodity prices.
Maintaining your own health is just as important as maintaining your equipment.
The loss of a farm feels like a loss of family. There is help in these hard times.