This report offers guidance on animal disease preparedness and response.
This report contains an update of the animal disease situation along with an analysis of disease information collected by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)from official and informal sources to enhance global early warning and surveillance for animal diseases
This field manual is to assist veterinarians in the prompt recognition and detection of Africa swine fever, and the immediate control steps at farm level.
The interactions between animals, humans, and the environment are increasingly overlapping so that veterinary medicine, human medicine and the environment are becoming more closely linked.
The updated American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) biosecurity guidelines are designed to help minimize the occurrence and mitigate the spread of potential disease outbreaks.
The purpose of this standard is to minimize and prevent the transmission of disease to and from livestock markets and shows.
The purpose of this standard is to prevent pathogen spread by identifying potential cross contamination areas on the farm site.
These Canadian Standard Biosecurity Protocols outline biosecurity standards that should be followed to have an effective biosecurity program.
Kerala is launching a statewide campaign for the control of three major animal diseases — rabies, brucellosis and foot-and-mouth disease.
Responding to an animal disease outbreak is challenging because it brings together so many groups that don’t normally work together, such as law enforcement, public health officials, medical personnel, veterinarians, agriculture officials, producers, and hazmat teams.