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Livestock emergency response training

Livestock emergency response training

By Scout Nelson

North Dakota State University Extension, in collaboration with state agencies and the NDSU Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory, presents a training on emergency response preparedness for animal diseases and livestock mortalities in North Dakota. The aim is to empower local responders with essential skills and resources for effective crisis management.

This hands-on professional development opportunity targets Extension agents, emergency managers, veterinarians, and veterinary technicians. Participants will receive personal protective equipment kits for safe farm visits.

Topics include disease overview, biosecurity planning, personal protective equipment, incident command systems, humane endings, carcass disposal, stress management, and effective communication. The training combines classroom sessions with practical demonstrations and a response simulation exercise.

Seats are available for up to 200 participants, with two dates offered at the NDSU Carrington Research Extension Center: June 11-12 or Sept. 10-11. Continuing education credits are available.

Register at by June.1 or Sept.1. Registration fee is $35 per person for meal count purposes.

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