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When anthrax became an issue for U.S. postal employees in 2001, Agricultural Communications sensed this could be a major issue. Fact sheets, news releases, photographs, and videos were quickly put together to inform the public and the media. This also includes links to other informational sites.

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Source:  Texas AgriLife Extension Service

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Source:  Texas AgriLife Extension Service

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When the foot-and-mouth outbreak occurred in the UK in 2001, Agricultural Communications sensed this could be a major issue. Fact sheets, news releases, photographs, and videos were quickly put together to inform the public and the media. This also includes links to other informational sites.

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A reference for federal, state and local eductors and officials, as well as, private veterinarians, in emergency preparedness and response. The information that was used to write the QuickFacts was extrapolated from the Foreign Animal and Zoonotic Disease Handbook. These QuickFacts are to serve as readily available source of information that answers general questions. The manual consists of 44 individual publications that range from Potential Occurences of FEADS, Epidemiology of FEADS, Transmision of Diseases, Biosecurity, State and Local Plans and 39 FEADs.

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Safe supplies of water are absolutely essential for livestock. Livestock producers should provide sufficient safe water for animals by preventing contamination, minimizing evaporation and providing enough sources of supply year-round.

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