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Biosecurity measures can be implemented on a national, state or herd level. Responsibility for herd-level biosecurity usually rests with the herd owner. To be successful, a biosecurity plan must address factors important in overall animal health (vaccinations, nutrition, ventilation), how traffic (movement of people, animals and equipment) will be regulated, and how cleaning and disinfection procedures will be used to reduce pathogen levels. Thumbnail for Biosecurity for Livestock Exhibitors/Bioseguridad para expositores ganaderos<BR>(E-2841/E-2841s)<BR>(PDF File)

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By Dan Grooms, D.V.M., Michigan State University, College of Veterinary Medicine; Ken Geuns, Michigan State University, Department of Animal Science
Submitting Institution(s): Michigan State University Extension
Language(s): English and Spanish Versions Available
Released: 07/05 (New)
Review Level: 2

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