- Make good biosecurity practices something your staff and visitors are eager to respect, by treating them as indicators of your operation’s quality rather than necessary evils or procedures done under sufferance.
- Ensure all staff understand their role in the implementation of biosecurity practices on your farm.
- Ensure staff responsible for livestock husbandry know how to identify sick and injured livestock.
- Ensure all staff know what to do in the event of a suspected emergency animal disease.
- Ensure all staff know where to find contact details for the local vet(s).
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