Segment Title Topic Description Organization
Farm Family Stress Farm Stress Fact Sheet: Stress Symptoms Recognizing the early symptoms of stress. You and your family can take steps to reduce stress and regain health and self-esteem by recognizing and managing stress symptoms. North Dakota State University Extension Service
Farm Family Stress Farming and Ranching in Tough Times Farmers, ranchers, their family members, and employees can learn to manage their stresses well, even during planting, harvesting or times of difficulty. North Dakota State University Extension Service
Farm Family Stress From One “Dairy Girl” to the Next… Dairy Farm Women have evolved in their farm roles. This often results in symptoms of anxiety, worry, and stress – trying to balance farm, family, and non-farm activities. Iowa State University Extension & Outreach
Farm Family Stress Helping Farm Men Under Crisis! Men in rural areas tend to be more introverted during stressful times.  Encouraging and providing resources, while respecting the need to process stress privately, is important for men. Iowa State University Extension & Outreach
Farm Family Stress Keys When “Married” to Farm Stress Marriage communication skills are shared. In the end, farm and family communication are essential. Iowa State University Extension & Outreach
Farm Family Stress Managing Stress, Anger, Anxiety, and Depression on Dairy Farms Assist dairy farm families in understanding effective coping strategies, and resources that families can use to bounce back from crises rather than disintegrate to a point that is no longer manageable. Colorado State University Extension
Farm Family Stress Managing Stress for Farmers and Farm Families Fact sheet of stress reduction activities Michigan State University Extension
Farm Family Stress Stress Management for Farm/Ranch Couples Working together under pressure, changing roles, and holding down more than one job add up to one thing – high stress levels for farm couples. North Dakota State University Extension Service
Farm Family Stress When Generations Farm/Ranch Together Sharing decisions, asking for what you want, listening well, and resolving conflicts quickly can help eliminate stress among generations farming/ranching together North Dakota State University Extension Service
Farm Family Stress Working with Distressed Clientele Stress affects everyone differently. Stress symptoms for children and families are shared. North Dakota State University Extension Service
Loss and Greif Coping with Grief After Losing the Farm Farm families are suffering from the loss of their farms. They grieve for the loss of financial security, job, daily routine, and social contacts.  Steps of processing the grief are provided. Michigan State University Extension
Loss and Grief Good Grief—We Just Lost… Farming is a high risk in both physical safety and financial security. Loss is a reality to farming. Iowa State University Extension & Outreach
Maintaining a Positive Mindset A Mindfulness-Based Approach in Reducing Stress Simple ways to relieve daily stresses using mindfulness. University of Maryland Extension
Maintaining a Positive Mindset Stress Management Taking care of yourself physically and emotionally. University of Wisconsin Madison & UW Extension Cooperative Extension
Opioid Misuse Opioids in Rural Farming Communities This article discusses how the farming community is impacted by opioid misuse, what opioid misuse is, and what you can do to help your community. Michigan State University Extension
Stress Management 12 Tools for Your Wellness Toolbox in Times of Farm Stress Fact Sheet that provides physical, mental, emotional/spiritual, personal/relational, work/professional, and financial/practical tools to utilize in times of stress. North Dakota State University Extension Service
Stress Management A Five-Step Approach to Alleviate Farm Stress Using this five-step approach for stress management, farmers may become better prepared for tough times. North Dakota State University Extension Service
Stress Management A “PRIMER” on Farm Stress Resiliency Farmers have varying degrees of resiliency to deal with the physical and mental dangers of farming, leading to varying stress levels. Iowa State University Extension & Outreach
Stress Management Communicating in Times of Stress How stress can impact effective communication. University of Wisconsin Madison & UW Extension Cooperative Extension
Stress Management Farm/Ranch Stress Management Plan Farm/ranch families can reduce or eliminate stress if they plan in advance. North Dakota State University Extension Service
Stress Management Farm Stress & DecisionMaking During Challenging Times Strategies are presented on how to cope with farm related stress. University of Wisconsin Madison & UW Extension Cooperative Extension
Stress Management How Stress Affects You Self-assessment of how stress affects your body, thoughts or feelings, and what you do when stressed. Michigan State University Extension
Stress Management How Stress Affects Brain and Body A comprehensive publication covering farm stress and stress management practices. University of Wisconsin Madison & UW Extension Cooperative Extension
Stress Management Manage Stress to Increase Farm Safety-Safe Farm This publication identifies common stressors for farmers, symptoms of stress, and ways to manage stress. Iowa State University Extension & Outreach
Stress Management Market Reality, Stress and Grief: “Now What Do We Do?” With market stress and grief, people often wonder—What can I do to get out of this mess or be able to save the lifestyle and assets? Iowa State University Extension & Outreach
Stress Management Signs of Farm and Ranch Stress A checklist and guide for making referrals Colorado State University Extension
Stress Management Stress Management for Farmers/Ranchers Learning to control events, attitudes and responses day-in and day-out will help you manage those hectic, stressful times. North Dakota State University Extension Service
Stress Management Stress and Health Fact Sheet that explains the effects of stress and provides techniques on how to deal with it. University of Maryland Extension
Stress Management Your Work as an Ag Professional: Helping Tame Farm Stress Ten tips to help manage farm stress. University of Wisconsin Madison & UW Extension Cooperative Extension
Support System Farming/Ranching Stressful Occupations While all of us must contend with economic ups and downs or family concerns, farmers have added uncertainties like weather and commodity prices that directly influence their livelihoods. North Dakota State University Extension Service
Support System Responding to Distressed People This information will help you know what to look for, recognize warning signs, and take a course of action. North Dakota State University Extension Service
Youth Stress Farm Youth Stress & Challenges Farm youth are at different levels when dealing with stressors. Communication with youth under stress is essential. Iowa State University Extension & Outreach
Youth Stress Youth Farm Stress Fact sheet of warning signs of stress, community resources, and ways adults can support youth in stressful circumstances. Michigan State University Extension
Digging Into a Farmer’s State of Mind The Ag Company, Acceleron, created a website connecting the farming community with the resources and relief they may need Southwest Farm Press