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Biosecurity

Working with animals is extremely rewarding! It also comes with a lot of responsibilities. Caring for our animals in a safe manner is a top priority for 4-Hers participating in animal projects. One way we can care for our animals is to follow safe biosecurity standards.

Biosecurity means doing everything you can to prevent diseases from entering or leaving your home, farm, or facility.

The resources below can help you practice safe biosecurity so you can focus on the fun!

General Resources

Biosecurity Resources
WSU Curriculum and Resources

Bio-Security Activities


National 4-H Curriculum and Resources

Other Curriculum and Resources
Disease Prevention
WSU Curriculum and Resources
  • Disease Prevention Module: designed for 4-H volunteers who work with livestock projects. It is brought to us by Veterinary Medicine Extension.

National 4-H Curriculum and Resources

Other Curriculum and Resources

CDC

Quality Assurance
WSU Curriculum and Resources

Quality Assurance Activities


National 4-H Curriculum and Resources

Other Curriculum and Resources

 


Large Animal Disease Information

Foot and Mouth Disease
Malignant Catarrhal Fever

Small Animal Disease Information

Pullorum Disease

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