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Quad bikes and tractors still number one killers on farm

WHILE there has been a decline in the past two years, tractors and quad bikes remain the leading causes of injury on Australian farms according to new research.

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 The number of farm deaths involving tractors and quad bikes reduced in 2017.

The number of farm deaths involving tractors and quad bikes reduced in 2017.

The AgriFutures Australia-funded research and report shows fatal accidents caused by tractors fell from 13 to nine and deaths involving quads fell from 11 to six in the 12 months from 2017 to 2018. ...

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