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As Alexandra gets older, she is definitely more mobile and likes to explore everything. When we go to our family Ranch, we have to make sure that she knows to stay off the tractors and other equipment. We want to teach her the importance of Tractor and Ranch/Farm Safety. This is to ensure that our time out at the “Ranch” is a happy and safe time! So we will be abiding by these 10 commandments!!
Kubota’s 10 Commandments of Tractor Safety for Kids:
  • Stop, look and listen when playing outside, especially on the farm, and always be aware of your surroundings.
  • Farm equipment is not safe to ride on even when an adult is present.
  • Tractors are not toys. They are powerful machines only to be used by adults who are thoroughly familiar with the equipment.
  • Children should never ride on a tractor, a tractor only has one seat and that seat is intended for the operator. Just say *no* if someone wants to give you a ride. It is not safe to be a rider when the tractor is intended for one operator.
  • Stay out of the path of all moving equipment. And, stand far away from a tractor when it is being started; when it is running; and especially when it is working.
  • Never stand behind a tractor – whether it is running or not – because the operator might not see you and you could get hurt.
  • Be a “safety first sheriff” and encourage use of seatbelts for your entire family. Just like in a car, a tractor is equipped with a seatbelt for safety. Additionally, a Roll Over Protection Structure (ROPS) on a tractor is in place to protect the driver.
For more tips and information about farm safety, visit www.Kubota.com.
 Kubota is also offering one of our reader’s a Kubota Kid’s Prize Pack that includes:
 “Kubota’s Farm Safety Tips for Kids” sheet
 Ten Commandments of Tractor Safety” coloring book
 Kubota bag
 Kubota youth-size t-shirt
 Kubota youth-sized baseball cap

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Disclosure: I was given the opportunity to review Kubota’s Tractor Safety for Kids through the Family Review Network. I received one Kubota Kid’s Prize pack for review purposes only. I was not compensated to write a positive or favorable review. This is Keeping Up With The Rheinlander’s personal opinion.

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15 Comments

  1. The Romanceaholic

    Mine are around tractors, though not the enormous ones, just the kind you see on a small farm. There are also bushhogs and atv’s around pretty much all the time…

    Love the 10 Commandments of Tractor Safety! Great points 🙂

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  2. Owen's Mom

    We have everything… tractors, bail wagons, planters, cultivators, etc.on our 4 generation family farm
    andrea.kruse at gmail dot com

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  3. JENNi

    OK THIS MIGHT SOUND FUNNY, BUT IS A WATER HOSE CONSIDERED FARM EQUIPMENT? WE DONT HAVE A BIG FARM, JUST A LITTLE VEGGIE FARM, IN OUR LITTL BACK YARD. bUT MY GIRLS LOVE IT! AND HOPEFULLY GET THEMON THE RIGHT TRACK WHEN THEY GET OLDER 🙂 THANKS FOR THIS AWESOME REVIEW/GIVEAWAY

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  4. Gina

    Tillers and yard tractors…. just small stuff!

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  5. apple blossom

    sounds like a really cool giveaway thanks

    ABreading4fun [at] gmail [dot] com

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  6. Sherry

    They are around tractors.

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  7. starlightears

    tractors,cultivators,planters!
    smlionlamb at gmail dot com

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  8. AJ

    We go to our grandaddy’s farm in MS often and of course there are tractors and electric fences etc…

    Reply
  9. lewalk

    We live in the south so every single kind of farm equipment that you could possibly imagine. Lol. I’m not even sure what it all is. I know my husband acts like a kid around tractors and I have no clue why.

    Leah W.

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  10. lisa

    tractors and tillers

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  11. Raven In A Blue Room

    tractors and loading trucks

    Thank you for hosting this giveaway

    Louis
    pumuckler {at} gmail {dot} com

    Reply
  12. karenmed409

    Tractors, and Backhoe
    karenmed409 at comcast dot net

    Reply

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