“Chemical drift” occurs when the droplets, particles, or vapor of sprayed agricultural chemicals migrate off-site or away from the intended target. In addition to harming people’s health and the environment, chemical drift can damage crops. It can be particularly problematic for farmers who value their crops as certified organic or chemical-free. What can be done to prevent it? Well, check out free resource, Chemical Drift Prevention Basics, to find out. This tip sheet identifies proactive ways you can safeguard your farm from the threats of chemical drift. Although it discusses Wisconsin and Minnesota specifically, the insurance and state handling of issues are commonly followed across states. Farmers who have experienced chemical drift already should check out our Chemical Drift Response Basics. (2 pages)