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Plan and Prepare for a Livestock Disease Emergency

Secure Food Supply New England

Foreign animal disease (FAD) outbreaks have the potential to cause devastating impacts for farms and farm economies across the globe. In the United States, Secure Food Supply Plans were developed to protect animal health, food systems, public health, the environment and the economy from the introduction and spread of FADs. Prevention and emergency response planning efforts are the result of collaborations with state, federal, university, veterinarian and agricultural industry stakeholders.

Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI) Found in US Poultry

Poultry producers ranging from a small flock of backyard birds to large, commercial operations should be on the alert for detection of sick or dead poultry, including wild birds, chickens and turkeys.

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About SFSNE

Funded by the National Animal Disease Preparedness and Response Program (NADPRP), Secure Food Supply New England is a Vermont-led, New England-wide project will build on previous projects.

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Planning

Secure Food Supply Plans (SFS) provide guidance for livestock producers to prepare before a foreign animal disease outbreak, to limit exposure of their animals through enhanced biosecurity.

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SFSNE Blog

Our blog has articles and information about the Secure Food Supply New England Project, foreign animal disease preparedness planning and animal disease biosecurity. Read and send us your comments.

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