Farm Preparednes

Did you know that your farm animals are at risk from the same dangers posed by natural disasters that you are? In some cases, those consequences may be magnified due to collapsed barns, freezing weather, flooding, dehydration, and electrocution.

From fires to hazardous materials spills and natural disasters, emergency situations on the farm may require special measures to shelter, care for, or transport farm animals.

Safeguard your animals, your property and your business by taking precautions. Know the risks in your area and make a plan. Talk to your veterinarian.

Listed below, are several resources which will help you to prepare:

Government of Canada Emergency Preparedness for Farm Animals

Emergency Preparedness for Farm Animals

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