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Neglecting your feet can lead to any number of problems: calluses, blisters, or simple aches and pain to name a few. And the last thing you want is a problem that interferes with productivity. Below is a guide for many tried-and-true treatments for the most common foot issues farmers face, as well as preventative measures, so you don’t have to skip a beat.

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Routine Foot Care: Daily Tips To Keep Your Feet Injury-Free
Why you shouldn’t neglect your feet and how to take good care of them.

Routine Foot Care: Footwear Fundamentals
How to choose and maintain footwear. These are, after all, the boots that you spend most of your waking hours wearing.

Too Much Time In Your Boots Can Mean Too Much Sweat And Odor
How to prevent the build-up of moisture that leads to stinky feet and shoes.

Treating Common Foot Issues

Dry/Cracked Skin
This is easily treated by doing a few simple tasks.

Blisters
Usually the result of the wrong size footwear or moist conditions, blisters can heal very quickly when properly treated.

Aches And Pains
What to do when you feel aches in your heels, arches, or balls of your feet.

Calluses
Safely treat and help prevent calluses.

Fungus
How to treat common fungal infections.

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