HOMEWORK! Here is your reading assignment . Please take the time to read, understand, and implement as much as you can! It is important for you and your animals to be safe and that you also are operating in a manner that is safe when you visit other farms.
Please note that I am working on co-sponsoring a biosecurity panel discussion event with the St. Lawrence County Cooperative Extension Office in March. I approached them about the topic and it was well received. We plan to bring in experts in the field to share their advise, knowledge, and more. Stay tuned!
USDA Biosecurity Tips for Horse Owners
Equine Biosecurity and Biocontainment Practices on U.S. Equine Operations
Equine Biosecurity by Dr. Jessie Evans
Biosecurity for Trail Horses
Biosecurity on the Trail
Biosecurity for the traveling show horse
Biosecurity Risk Calculator
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