National Farm-Level Biosecurity Standard for the Goat Industry
Appendix D: Summary of Key Areas of Concern
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|Areas of Concern||Target Outcomes||Strategies|
|Sourcing and introducing animals||Animal introductions, re-entry, and the use of semen and embryos do not present a risk to the health status of the herd.||
|Animal health||Animal health, well-being, and productivity will be optimized through proper implementation of herd health programs.||
|Facility management and access controls||Management of farm access, facilities, and identified risk areas limits disease introduction and spread on-farm and enables the implementation of biosecurity practices.||
|Movement of people, vehicles, and equipment||Movement and activities of workers, visitors, and service providers and their vehicles and equipment do not compromise animal and human health.||
|Monitoring and record keeping||Information is maintained and used to improve the effectiveness of biosecurity practices. The status of animal health, identification, and inputs may be verified by record review.||
|Communications and training||Everyone who enters the farm is knowledgeable and complies with current farm biosecurity practices.||
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