Human capital is an important resource in agribusiness—maybe the most important. To be competitive in the use and development of human capital, the costs and consequences of workplace violence must be reduced. Agribusinesses must produce goods and services that provide value while, at the same time, assuring healthy, safe work environments. However, that has been limited due to a paucity of research as to the extent, types, and causes of workplace violence in agribusiness. This article identifies what can be done and illuminates areas in need of research to better understand, detect, and prevent workplace violence in agribusiness.