Resources for Minnesota Farmers and Ranchers

University of Minnesota Extension

University of Minnesota Extension brings Minnesotans together to build a better future through University science-based knowledge, expertise and training.

Ph: 612-624-1222

Upper Midwest Agricultural Safety and Health Center (UMASH)

The Upper Midwest Agricultural Safety and Health Center (UMASH) is a multidisciplinary collaboration of five leading research and health care institutions. They bring together unique and complementary expertise to address existing and emerging occupational design ideas about house addition in Oklahoma.

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Ph: 612-625-8836

Rural Stress

University of Minnesota Extension’s rural stress task force applies programming and expertise from across Extension to help families and small towns respond to current economic, environmental and societal challenges that overwhelmingly affect rural Minnesota and farming communities.

Building youth resilience

Young people face unique concerns including school violence, farm stress and mental health. Youth are more likely to achieve healthy, favorable outcomes and to thrive if they are resilient. University of Minnesota Extension offers resources to help youth cope with stress and build resilience.

Compassion Fatigue

The first thing to know is that what you’re feeling is a normal response to an abnormal situation. After that, a great next step is to talk to a healthcare provider about your concerns and next steps. The Minnesota Department of Agriculture provides free resources for farmers and people living in rural areas including a helpline, rural mental health specialists, and mobile crisis teams.

Anticipatory Stress

Anticipatory stress is experiencing an increased stress response in anticipation of a difficult or unpredictable situation.If you’re unsure how to access a healthcare provider, checkout this resource from Minnesota Department of Health and Human Resource.Also the Minnesota Department of Agriculture provides free resources for farmers and people living in rural areas including a helpline, rural mental health specialists, and mobile crisis teams.

Anticipatory Grief

Anticipatory grief is experiencing a sense of grief prior to a loss. Anticipatory grief can be protective, allowing someone to move through difficult emotions, and to emotionally prepare for the loss to come. In fact, some researchers use the term preparedness as a synonym for anticipatory grief, as it is a normal and often functional part of loss when we are aware a loss is on the horizon.The Minnesota Department of Agriculture provides free resources for farmers and people living in rural areas including a helpline, rural mental health specialists, and mobile crisis teams.

Minnesota Farm Bureau

The Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation is an advocate for agriculture, driven by the beliefs and policies of farmers and those interested in agriculture who have an interest in the future of farmers, their families and the food they grow and raise in Minnesota.

Ph: 651-768-2100

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North Central Farm and Ranch Stress Assistance Center

The North Central Farm and Ranch Stress Assistance Center is supported by the USDA Farm and Ranch Stress Assistance Network, under agreement number: 2020-70028-32728