The University of Arizona

 

Open Borders Put Producers On High Alert
Worries that foreign and re-emerging diseases will find a way into U.S. herds have officials in border states on high alert.

By Boyd Kidwell

The Progressive Farmer/April 2011

 

When, Not If, Disaster Strikes

The Arizona Livestock Incident Response Team integrates
producers, veterinarians and state and federal agencies to
respond to livestock emergencies.

By Wes Ishmael

Beef Magazine/June 2009

 

Training to respond

A unique annual training program in Arizona
can help veterinarians become prepared
for a livestock emergency.

By Geni Wren

Bovine Veterinarian/February 2008

 

ALIRT: Arizona’s “boots on the ground”

Second in a two-part series on foreign animal disease response

By Geni Wren

Bovine Veterinarian/October 2007

 

Protecting animal agriculture

First in a two-part series on foreign animal disease response

By Geni Wren

Bovine Veterinarian/September 2007

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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