Biosecurity for Canadian Cervid Farms Producer Planning Guide
Appendix 16: Biosecurity planning for emergencies (sample plan)
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Premises Identification (PID) Number:
Flood, fire, inclement weather, and damage to farm infrastructure may result in risks to animal health and welfare including exposure to infectious diseases. While preserving the life of humans and animals is the priority, planning ahead can reduce unnecessary biosecurity risks to the herd. Consider alternate sources and arrangements for feed and water and housing animals in the event these items have been compromised.
|Item||Management details||Comments / concerns|
|Feed||Alternate source of feed (feed supplier and contact information):|
|Feed||Quantity required (per day or per week):|
|Feed||Method of feeding:|
|Water||Alternate source of water:|
|Water||Volume required (per day or per week):|
|Water||Method of watering:|
|Premises||Alternate premises for temporary housing of animals (location, name, contact information):|
|Premises||Biosecurity considerations of site (other cervids present, health status of other herd, requirements for entry and exit of property, etc.):|
|Premises||Transport considerations (conveyance used, capacity, number of loads):|
|Premises||Facility infrastructure (presence and location of loading and unloading areas, chutes, handling and treatment areas, etc.):|
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