Properly dispose of deadstock
Plan and control the disposal of carcasses according to municipal and provincial regulations. Carcasses should be disposed of in a timely manner.
Manage manure according to regulations
Plan and control manure management according to municipal and provincial regulations. Planning should include measures for collecting, storing, moving, and disposing of manure in ways that minimize the chance of spreading any disease organisms.
Keep the premises, buildings, equipment and vehicles clean
Buildings, equipment and vehicles should be cleaned regularly to prevent the introduction of disease and pests. Consider applying disinfectants when practical.
Maintain the facilities in a state of good repair
Maintain all facilities in a state of good repair so that your biosecurity plan can be effectively implemented.
This may include:
- buildings and fences to prevent wildlife and people from entering the premises,
- feed storage areas to prevent access by wildlife and vermin, and
- laneways to allow for cleaning and disinfecting vehicles.
Obtain production inputs from a reliable source
Purchase production inputs such as feed and bedding from reliable sources. Ensure the water supply is free of contamination.
Ensure a pest management program is in place to prevent the spread of disease.
Plan and train
Have a written biosecurity plan that is updated regularly. Ensure that employees receive proper training and training materials so they can continue to follow the plan.
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