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Healthy Farms Biosecurity Community

The Healthy Farms Biosecurity Group is a community is open to all stakeholders who engage with youth or agricultural producers, as they consider and implement effective biosecurity plans and practices. The project is supported by the USDA NIFA-funded Animal Disease Biosecurity Coordinated Agricultural Project (ADBCAP).

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Re: Arizona Ag at Home 4-H: Animal Projects - Rabbits

Ahimara C ·
This webinar was very interesting. I had no idea about this outbreak happening this year and I had never heard before about RHDV. I learned a lot about the disease and how to prevent it. Biosecurity protocols are very important to prevent the transmission of RHDV as it is very contagious. The speakers gave very important and helpful information on what is the disease, how can be spread, how to detect it, and how to prevent it. The best way to prevent rabbits from getting RHDV is to reduce or...

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