Swann has below listed some steps that farmers can take to better secure their property and livestock.
They are as follows:
Â· Lock fuel tanks, gates, loading ramps, tractors and other farm machinery.|
Â· Lock farm sheds and buildings, and the farmhouse when gone for the day
Â· Frequently check your livestock and use identification mechanisms on the livestock.
Â· Put personal identification on farm machinery, tools and equipment.
Â· Keep records of farm equipment and their serial numbers, stock numbers and their identification and stock movements.|
Â· Have a watchdog and a neighbour check on your property when awayfor any period of time.
Â· Store loading ramps, farm machinery and fuel tanks out of sight of a main road.
Â· Maintain sound boundary fences and have a â€˜No trespassingâ€™ sign on the farm property.
Â· Have security lights, cameras or alarms on the house or farm buildings. Swann has a wide range of monitoring solutions ie. Cameras, allowing you to better observe your property.
To view the wide range of solutions available visit www.swannsecurity.com