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# farm safety

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One third of serious farm accidents involve children or adults aged over 65
Five-year-old boy dies after falling from farm trailer in Roscommon
'I just remember the tractor wheel going over me': How an accident changed a child's life in seconds
Cows are by far the most dangerous animal for Ireland's most dangerous job
Some simple steps can make the most dangerous job in Ireland a little safer
Winter is dangerous too: New app helps children stay safe on Irish farms
Man dies in Hacketstown farming accident
'Dónal was impish' - Hurl and toy tractor among funeral gifts after farm death of Carlow teen
Teenage boy dies after Carlow farm accident
Donegal will wear a special one-off jersey next Sunday to promote farm safety
Farm deaths: "Do we ban all over-65s from the farm? Of course not"
Stressed-out farmers making the "simplest" of mistakes
Five children were among 30 who died working on Irish farms last year
Heart-breaking new video shows the devastating effect of farm deaths
Woman killed in Roscommon farm accident
After another death, calls for farm safety to be taught to primary school kids
Farmers have 'added childcare responsibilities' during busiest months due to income pressure
Farmers urged to "think safety" today
Explainer: The dangers of slurry
Boy dies in slurry pit incident on Antrim farm
78-year-old man dies after being crushed in Donegal farming accident
Another farm safety campaign considered after deaths of four children
Farmer in Cavan dies after becoming trapped under machinery
Farmers' association urges caution as busy farms signal rise in accidents
21 people lost their lives farming last year
Farm injuries rise by 35 per cent in 5 years