A 35-year-old Kennedys Creek woman has been taken to hospital with a head injury after being run over by her partner in an ATV while they were chasing a cow.
Cobden police Sergeant Heather Morris said the farm accident happened early Wednesday afternoon.
Kennedys Creek is about 20 kilometres north-east of Princetown.
"They were trying to get a cow into yards and the man on the ATV has collided with his female partner," Sergeant Morris said.
"She suffered injuries and was unconscious for some time. She had pain to the right side of her body and a head injury. She suffered non life-threatening injuries."
An Ambulance Victoria spokeswoman said the injured woman was taken by road ambulance to the Geelong University hospital in a stable condition with the head injury.
WorkSafe officials also attended at the farm and have assumed control of the investigation into circumstances
Sergeant Morris said too many accidents happened on farms involving quad motorbikes and ATVs.
She requested farm workers be aware of what was going on around them in an effort to avoid accidents.
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