Nursing staff have been recruited specifically for their farming backgrounds and the hub's volunteers come from farming and community-based charities like the Farming Community Networks (FCN) and the Mendip Health Connectors, who give guidance on any long-term support farmers may need.
Jane Fitzgerald, Somerset NHS Foundation Trust's manager responsible for the health hubs, said: "Many people who work in the farming community often put the health and welfare of their livestock above that of their own wellbeing and therefore tend to put off seeking help, when it could help to save their life.
"We know farmers often live and work in isolated communities and we are proud our teams are taking services to locations that are easy for them to access.
"Sometimes we see farmers who are looking for reassurance and in other cases we have noticed signs of something that could be more significant."
People in need from the agricultural sector can now access support at the hubs without having to make an appointment.