Tuesday, April 23, 2024

NASDA says helping farmers and ranchers plan ahead is essential for biosecurity

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ARLINGTON, Va. — At its recent 2023 Winter Policy Conference NASDA (National Association of State Departments of Agriculture) members supported creating new incentives to assist farmers in the development of response plans to prepare for and prevent animal disease outbreaks.

The policy item passed today by NASDA members states, “NASDA encourages USDA to develop incentives to help producers develop depopulation and disposal plans to prepare for animal disease emergencies.”

NASDA CEO Ted McKinney remarked on the importance of supporting farmers and ranchers in their endeavors to protect our nation’s livestock.

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