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A new training DVD, “Developing an Animals Issues Plan,” has been issued as a joint project of the FAZD Center and the Center for Agricultural Technology Transfer (CATT). The DVD is designed specifically for animal issues committees at the local level.

It addresses four specific educational objectives:

1. Identify sources and causes of possible animal disasters.

2. Discuss the process for identifying types of animals (livestock and pets) within the county for the AIC plan.

3. Discuss the process for identifying resources to be used in the event of a disaster for the AIC plan.

4. Identify the steps for maintaining the AIC plan once it has been developed.

 

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Horse owners need to develop an evacuation plan for their horses and their facility. This plan includes many different factors. Horse owners must find suitable housing for their horses and making arrangements prior to evacuation. Additionally, horse owners need to make appropriate plans to transport their animals and supplies for the trip. Many horse owners may not know what types of facilities are available during an evacuation. This video will educate horse owners about the necessary steps needed to prepare for an evacuation.

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Source:  Texas AgriLife Extension Service

Five videos covering a range of flu topics including:

  • Avoiding Illness at Work and School
  • Social Distancing
  • Home Health Kit
  • Hand Hygiene
  • Taking Temperature

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Hurricane Preparedness video detailing hurricane preparedness for livestock owners. The video covers steps that can be taken by livestock owners in advance or hurricane season to reduce the impact of potential storms on livestock.

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Hurricane Preparedness video for livestock owners. The video covers steps that can be taken by livestock owners in advance of hurricane season to reduce the impact from potential storms on livestock.

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Source: Texas AgriLife Urban Solutions Center at Dallas

Pyrethroid insecticides provide options for short- and long-term mosquito control in home landscapes. Be sure to follow the label and apply pesticides in the evening to minimize risks to beneficial insects.

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Source: Texas AgriLife Urban Solutions Center at Dallas

Many homeowners create their own backyard mosquito problem by allowing water to stand in hidden sites. This video offers tips for spotting and eliminating mosquito breeding sites.

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Source: Texas AgriLife Urban Solutions Center at Dallas

Reduce your risk of mosquito bites by using a good repellent. This video describes why you should use repellent and (at the end) lists repellents that are currently recommended by the Centers for Disease Control.

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Source: Texas AgriLife Urban Solutions Center at Dallas

One of the ways people may be bitten by mosquitoes carrying West Nile virus is when tiny mosquitoes enter the home through doorways. This video discusses some simple options for reducing this risk.

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In some instances, horse owners may not be able to take their horses with them when they are forced to evacuate their homes. In this event, the horse owners will need to prepare their facility and horses to remain at home. Horse owners must make a decision to leave horeses in the barn or outside during their absence. This video will aid the horse owner with that decision.

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