How can producers protect themselves from poor air quality?

Recent heat waves and wildfire smoke are bringing greater attention to poor air quality, but even for areas less affected by smoke, air quality can be a concern this summer.

Fortunately, there are steps farmers can take to stay protected while out in the field.

Respiratory protection expert, Dr. Nikki Vars McCullough spoke with RFD-TV’s own Suzanne Alexander on contributing factors, how producers can protect themselves, and ways to maintain good indoor air quality.

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