This resource offers a chart to assess the biosecurity risk of various factors for contagious organism transmission in dairy herds.
This resource offers the basics of isolation, resistance, and disinfection practices that are employed to prevent infectious agents from entering a farm.
Biosensors will significantly change agriculture by incorporating innovative technologies.
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) with its partners developed a set of tools to monitor transboundary threats.
A suspected anthrax outbreak was resolved in under 24 hours due to an animal traceability system.
This webinar will review the goals of the comprehensive training framework for animal agriculture emergency responders, developed by the Food Protection and Defense Institute, called FRAME.
This webinar will discuss results from an epidemic simulation model of Classical Swine Fever used to examine the impact of US-Canadian border closures on disease spread and trade.
The IVBW (link is external) focusses on biosafety and biocontainment of high consequence animal pathogens in livestock species.
Sixteen African countries have agreed upon plans of action to boost their capacity to manage emerging crop pests and livestock diseases.
The US Animal & Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) has instituted a review process to increase assurances that its import procedures effectively mitigate risk of foreign animal diseases.