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Title: Biosecurity Scenario


1
Bio-security Scenario
  • Bernie ORourke
  • Extension Youth Livestock Specialist

2
Definition of Bio-Security
  • Keeping an animal away from agents that make them
    sick.

3
Beef Farm vs. Swine Farm
  • 150 commercial cow calf operation
  • 500 sow farrow to finish operation

4
Feed-Beef
  • Feed is located in a barn for farm machinery and
    livestock needs.
  • Machinery oil and farm pesticides are stored in
    this area.

5
Feed-Swine
  • Feed additives are located in a feed shed.
  • Corn and soybean meal are located in their
    individual bins.

6
Visitors-Beef
  • Visitors are welcome at anytime, anywhere.
  • No specific clothing needs are required.

7
Visitors-Swine
  • Sign at end of driveway that says check in at the
    house before going to the barn.
  • Visitors wear overalls and plastic boots.
  • Asked if they have been around animals in the
    last 2 days.
  • Vehicles are not allowed by the buildings.

8
New Animals-Beef
  • Taken home and entered into the herd right away.
  • Exhibition animals arrive at home and are put
    into a separate pen for 5 days.

9
New Animals-Swine
  • New gilts are kept at a separate farm until they
    pass health tests and or 30 days, which ever
    comes first.
  • Animals in exhibition are kept on a separate farm
    as well. They return to the herd when they are
    done exhibiting and they pass the necessary
    health tests.

10
Rodents - Beef
  • There is a farm cat to manage rodents.
  • Weeds all around buildings and machinery.

11
Rodents Swine
  • Rodents, insect control, etc.. Are managed
    through traps and other methods.
  • Cut grass around buildings

12
Sanitation-Beef
  • Continuous flow of cattle, not all in all out
  • Trailer is cleaned out after each load and one
    time a year it is sanitized.

13
Sanitation-Swine
  • Clean out sanitize trailer after shows and
    returning from sale barns.
  • Confinement all in all out barn is washed and
    sanitized

14
Manure Management-Beef
  • They haul in the spring and pile when necessary
    in the lots.
  • Occasional runoff

15
Manure Management-Swine
  • Haul on none windy days
  • Hire contractor to haul pits
  • Application amount varies by nutrient
    requirements of land

16
Vaccination Schedule-Beef
  • Calves - Bo-Se, First Defense Bolus
  • Summer - 4 way viral, 7 way blackleg, pasturella
  • Booster _at_ weaning
  • Replacement Heifers 4 way viral, 5 way lepto,
    month before breeding
  • Pre check lepto, viral, scour shot and pour
    (Ivomec)
  • Month before calving booster scour shot

17
Vaccination Schedule-Swine
  • Born iron shot, clip teeth and clip tail
  • Out of Nursery - erysipelas
  • Worm medication through feed

18
Misc. - Beef
  • At the fair
  • Loan clippers to others, use them on their
    animals.
  • Rakes, brooms etc.. Are brought home and put in
    the shed.
  • In general not a well kept farm.
  • Wood piles, farm machinery around, etc..
  • No fences around property

19
Misc - Swine
  • At the fair
  • Clippers and other equipment loaned out is
    cleaned before use on their animals.
  • All equipment is cleaned when brought home from
    the fair.
  • Excellent kept farm, picked up and clean.
  • Fences around property.

20
Question 1
  • Which farm showed more desirable feed handling?
  • A. Beef Farm
  • B. Swine Farm

21
Question 2
  • Which farm managed visitors correctly?
  • A. Beef Farm
  • B. Swine Farm

22
Question 3
  • Which farm had the most desirable plan for the
    incorporation of new animals?
  • A. Beef Farm
  • B. Swine Farm

23
Question 4
  • Which farm has the best sanitation plan?
  • A. Beef Farm
  • B. Swine Farm

24
Question 5
  • Which farm displayed the most desirable manure
    management plan?
  • A. Beef Farm
  • B. Swine Farm

25
Question 6
  • Which farm kept the best bio-security plan at the
    fair?
  • A. Beef Farm
  • B. Swine Farm

26
Question 7
  • What is the advantage to keeping weeds down
    around buildings from a Bio-Security standpoint?
  • A. Keeps the farm site looking nice
  • B. Keeps rodents away
  • C. Easily find machinery parts

27
Question 8
  • Which farm had the more bio-secure pest
    management plan?
  • A. Beef Farm
  • B. Swine Farm

28
Question 9
  • Which farm has a more extensive vaccination
    program?
  • A. Beef Farm
  • B. Swine Farm

29
Question 10
  • Which farm provides the best bio-secure
    atmosphere for their animals?
  • A. Beef Farm
  • B. Swine Farm
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